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LSAT 2017 : 

LSAT India 2017 – Pearson VUE on behalf of USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has announced Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India on September 14, 2016, along with online registration process for LSAT India application form. LSAT India 2017 is a law entrance exam conducted offline (paper-pencil based) for admissions to five-year integrated undergraduate and two-year postgraduate law programmes in as many as 76 law schools of India. This year, Pearson VUE administered LSAT India, which is a standardized test of reading and reasoning skills will be conducted on April 23, 2017. The paper-pencil based law school admission test for India will have as many as 100 questions and can be attempted within two hours and thirty minutes (90 minutes). Candidates seeking admissions in the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes across the participating Indian law schools need to apply for LSAT India 2017 by April 10, 2017.

LSAT India aspirants need to check here the nitty-gritty of the Pearson VUE administered admission test including eligibility criteria, application form, admit card, exam pattern, result and important dates of LSAT India 2017.

Let us have some facts and figures about LSAT India

Exam name – Law School Admission Test for India

Abbreviated as – LSAT India

Exam type – Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Exam level – National

Exam mode – Paper-pencil (Offline)

Total number of participating institutes – 76


LSAT India Admission Process 2017
Pearson VUE administers LSAT for admissions into Indian law schools. LSAT India 2017 admission process has begun with the notification of the law school admission test on September 14. The application form of LSAT India 2017 has also started with the admission notification. There shall be an entrance test held on April 23, 2017 for shortlisting candidates among those who will be applying for LSAT India 2017. Based on the results of LSAT India 2017 and scores secured by the candidates, each of the 76 India law schools will be preparing a merit list for admitting the qualifying candidates.

LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2017
Pearson VUE has notified LSAT India 2017 eligibility criteria on September 14, 2016 for those seeking admissions through the law school admission test. As per the eligibility criteria of LSAT India 2017, applicants need to be a citizen of India and should have qualified 12th board examination of 10+2 education system of CBSE or any other equivalent education board, if applying for undergraduate law programmes including BA LLB. Those applying for postgraduate law programmes including LLM need to be an LL.B degree holder with minimum qualifying marks. The qualifying marks, however, shall vary for each of the participating colleges across India.

LSAT India Application Form 2017
Pearson VUE has opened the application form window of LSAT India 2017 on September 14, 2016. Candidates applying for LSAT India 2017 need to first register online through the official link. Candidates will have to enter their name, date of birth, e-mail id and mobile number besides setting a password for online registration of LSAT India 2017. Once the candidate has registered for the law school admission test, a confirmation mail will be sent to his/her registered mail account. Next the candidate will have to fill all fields of their LSAT India application form 2017 and proceed to the next step of application fee payment. Candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs. 3800 against LSAT India 2017 application fee using any of the payment options– Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking/Demand Draft/Bankers Cheque/Pay Order. The duly filled-in applications of LSAT India should be submitted online only by the last date, i.e. April 10, 2017 (11:59 pm), after which no application forms will be entertained under any circumstances.

LSAT India Syllabus 2017
The Pearson VUE administered offline entrance exam for admissions to Indian law schools is a standardised test for testing reading and reasoning skills. Dan Bernstine, LSAC President says, “LSAT India syllabus is so designed that it does not test prior legal knowledge, mathematical knowledge, grammar or current affairs, rather has holistic exam content.” As per LSAT India 2017 syllabus, an aspirant must prepare for questions which comprise analytical and logical abilities besides reading comprehensions that are considered as essential skills by LSAC to become a successful lawyer.

LSAT India Admit Card 2017
Applicants can download their admit card of LSAT India 2017 from April 15 till April 22 by logging into their registered accounts of law school admission test. LSAT India 2017 admit card will be the hall tickets to appear in the law entrance. LSAT India 2017 admit card (hall ticket) will mention the examination and candidature details including exam name, programme level, exam duration, timings and venue besides the roll number, name and date of birth of the candidates. In case any candidate finds any mistake in their LSAT India admit card 2017 details including their names and date of birth, they need to bring it to the notice of exam officials, immediately and get it rectified. No applicant in any case will be allowed to appear in the admission test without a valid LSAT India 2017 admit card.

LSAT India Exam Pattern 2017
USA based LSAC has announced the exam pattern of LSAT India 2017, which mentions that candidates will be examined upon good thinking skills, therefore there will be no questions for assessing prior legal knowledge or mathematical skills or updates on general knowledge and current affairs. LSAT India 2017 will be held on April 23. The offline question booklet will have as many as 100 questions of objective (multiple-choice) nature. The applicants can attempt the LSAT India 2017 question within 90 minutes where they have to mark the most appropriate choice among those given against each question. The Pearson VUE administered entrance exam will cover three parts– Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. The Logical Reasoning will be further divided into parts, thence dividing the LSAT India 2017 question paper into a total of four sections. Each section will need to be attempted in a time limit of 35 minutes. No candidate will be allowed to attempt the question of other sections, after or before the commencement of respective section. There is no negative marking for any wrong answer, therefore it is advised not to leave any question unmarked.

LSAT India Result and Score 2017
Pearson VUE will be declaring LSAT India 2017 result on May 20. The test scores and result of LSAT India 2017 will be reported on a percentile basis. As per LSAT India 2017 result, each test-takers’ performance will be compared within others of his/her group, classified as five-year integrated undergraduate and two-year post graduate. The LSAT India 2017 results and scores will specify the law schools about each test taker’s relative strength of critical thinking ability.


LSAT 2016: The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardised test that is taken for admission at law schools in USA, Canada and some other countries. Administered by the Law school admission council (LSAC), LSAT 2016 is designed to evaluate a candidate’s strength in Analytical reasoning, Logical reasoning and reading comprehension- skills an aspirant will require in a law school. It is a half-day exam held 4 times a year at designated test centres across the globe.

All About LSAT 2016:

Exam Name: Law School Admission Test
Commonly Known as: LSAT
LSAT Exam Level: International
Conducting Body: Law school admission council (LSAC)


LSAT Eligibility 2016

There is no specific eligibility criteria required to be fulfilled in order to apply for LSAT 2016. However, candidates will be required to meet the LSAT eligibility criteria 2016 laid down by each of the respective colleges they wish to apply. In most cases, international law schools require the candidates to have completed undergraduation.


LSAT Exam Pattern 2016


LSAT 2016 consists of five sets of 35-minute multiple-choice questions out of which only four contribute to the actual score. The four sections that are scored include one Reading Comprehension, one analytical reasoning section and two logical reasoning sections. In addition, a 35-minute writing test will be held at the end of the exam which will be unscored. Hence, the total duration of the test is 3 hours 30 minutes. The score scale for LSAT 2016 ranges from 120 to 180 with 120 being the lowest to 180 being the highest score a test taker can earn.


The test pattern is as follow


Number of questions


Reading Comprehension

26 to 28(approx)


Analytical Reasoning

22 to 24(approx)


Logical reasoning (Two sections)

24 to 28 (approx) for each section


Variable section (Unscored)



Writing section (Unscored)



LSAT 2016 Selection procedure:


Two main factors considered by LAW schools to select candidates are:

  1. The LSAT 2016 score; and
  2. A candidate’s performance in academics and otherwise.

LSAT syllabus 2016


The syllabus of LSAT 2016 has been designed to evaluate candidates as per the demands of international law schools. The syllabus includes one Reading Comprehension, one analytical reasoning section and two logical reasoning sections.

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LSAT Important Dates 2017

LSAT India Important Dates 2017
Pearson VUE has announced LSAT India 2017 important dates mentioning dates of application form availability, issue of admit card, conduct of offline exam and result announcement. As per the important dates of LSAT India 2017, aspirants can register online for LSAT India 2017 application form between September 14, 2016 and April 10, 2017. Pearson VUE will be conducting LSAT India 2017 in paper-pencil mode on April 23, 2017 for which the admit cards will be issued between April 15 and 22, 2017. The results of LSAT India 2017 will be declared on May 20, 2017, followed by admission process by respective law schools across India.

Important Dates

Candidates can register for LSAT—India through ONLINE mode only. No demand draft will be accepted for LSAT—India 2017

Registration Window (Online Payments)
Admit Card Release
LSAT-India 2017 , Test Date
Announcement of Results
September 14 2016 - April 10, 2017
April 15 - 22, 2017
April 23, 2017
May 20, 2017

Pearson VUE reserves the right to make any change to the above dates and candidates are advised to visit this website periodically to note any changes.





LSAT Important Dates 2016


The LSAT exam is held four times a year at assigned test centres across the world. It is usually held in February, June, September/October and December. Aspirants and check the available exam dates and register for the LSAT 2016 international test.


LSAT Admit Card


In case of online registration, the admission ticket will be issued at the end of registration. The ticket will hold the primary account number of the candidate and also the date and time of the test.


LSAT Result 2016


The LSAT 2016 result is emailed three weeks after the exam in case of candidates holding LSAT 2016 accounts. If a candidate does not have an account then LSAC mails the test score to the valid address within four weeks. The scoring range in LSAT is 120-180. The scoring process follows a statistical process called equating. The exam is based on the number of questions answered correctly. Hence, there is no negative marking.


Contact Address: LSAC
Test Administration
662 Penn Street
Newtown PA 18940


Phone number: 215.968.1001


Fax: 215.968.1277


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LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017
Pearson VUE has listed out as many as 76 law schools as participating institutes of LSAT India 2017. The admission test scores will be accepted by these LSAT India 2017 participating institutes. Careers360 here mentions some of the popular law colleges participating in LSAT India 2017.

LSAT India 2017 Participating Institutes



Alliance School of Law, Alliance University


ITM Law School


School of Law, Ansal University


AURO University, School of Law


Jindal Global Law School


School of Law, Gitam University


Central India College of Law


JSS Law College


School of Law, K. R. Mangalam University


College of Legal Studies


K.L.E. Society’s Law College


School of Law, Noida International University


Faculty of Law, ICFAI University


Faculty of Law, ICFAI University


Faculty of Law, ICFAI University


ICFAI Law School, IFHE


MATS Law School, MATS University


School of Law, Sharda University

Greater Noida

G H Raisoni Law School


Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur


VIT Law School


Chotanagpur Law College


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