Do’s and Don’t on the LSAT-India 2020 exam day
Do’s and Don’t on the LSAT-India exam day - Pearson VUE will conduct LSAT-India 2020 on multiple days and slots, starting from July 19. This is the first time, LSAT-India will be conducted in online proctored mode. Candidates can appear in the exam from their homes or any safe location of their choice. So, it is very important for the candidates to understand what they can do on the day of the LSAT India exam and what activities are prohibited. LSAC has provided a detailed plan of dos and don’ts on the LSAT-India exam day which the candidates must follow. Any kind of misconduct or violation of rules of conduct may lead to disqualification or cancellation of the LSAT-India 2020 score of the candidate. Further, there are some suggestive guidelines which the candidates can follow for preparing themselves for the day of the exam and get comfortable with the new LSAT India exam pattern. Read this complete article to know more about do’s and don’ts on the LSAT-India exam day.
How to appear in LSAT-India exam?
The test will be conducted in online proctored test mode, so the candidates can appear directly from their homes or any safe location of their choice. Candidates need not travel to any exam centre.
However, for appearing in the test, the candidates must have a laptop or computer with a webcam and an active internet connection. To make the fairness and integrity of the test, the conducting body will record the entire duration when the candidate is attempting to the test.
Do and don’t on the day of LSAT India exam
System verification - A few days before the test, the candidates must do the system verification before appearing in the test to ensure that they meet the system requirements for appearing in the test.
The testing place - Candidates should ensure that they appear in the test from a quiet, well cleaned private place. The workplace must be clean and no prohibited items should be in the vicinity of the test place. Do not change the work environment once the test has been started,
Things you can keep
ID (only as prescribed)
Two blank pieces of paper
A non-mechanical pencil
A transparent water bottle (not mandatory, only if the candidate needs)
Analogue water(not mandatory, only if the candidate needs)
However, other items like pens, electronic devices, digital watches, calculators, study materials, cameras, or any other recording devices, headphones, PDA are strictly prohibited anywhere near the testing area.
What kind of identification can be used for verification purpose?
The test conducting body has prescribed some acceptable id proofs that the candidates must keep during the examination. The id options that are acceptable in the examination are given below in a table.
LSAT India - Acceptable ID proofs
UIDAI / Aadhaar Card
Election Card / Voter ID
SC/ ST Certificate with a photograph
Military ID / Government-issued Armed Forces Dependent ID containing photograph of the test-taker
Employee ID containing photograph and signature.
If the candidate does not have any of the above-mentioned ids, he/she can be admitted for the test upon presentation of any two of the following.
Tenth pass certificate/mark sheet that has date of birth on it.
Photo Identity (Issued by School, College or University)
Original admit card issued by University/Board for standard twelfth (XII) examination with affixed photograph.
Do not keep any kind of photocopies of identification proof, notarised copies and learner's driving license for verification purposes as these are not acceptable id proofs for appearing in the test.
LSAT India dos and don’t on the exam date - Candidate behavior
The test will be monitored through AI-assisted technology and will be remotely proctored. So, the candidate’s behavior should be in line with the highest ethical and moral standards. The rules regarding candidate behavior are mentioned below.
Candidate must not use a mobile device or any other electronic device other than those required for giving the test.
Candidates must not keep any electronic devices in the vicinity of the testing area.
Communicating with others, or speaking loudly will be prohibited during the examination.
Candidates will have to keep their face in front of the camera throughout, it should be visible through the webcam.
Leaving the seat or changing the computer system will lead to the cancellation of the LSAT-India scores.
Candidates must not try to open any other application during the test, any such attempt means the test will be either be cancelled or the score will be cancelled later.
Candidates must not copy the test material, recording the screen is also prohibited.
Once the test has been started, the candidates cannot connect or disconnect any external device with the computer system.
Candidate behavior after the test
Once the test is over, candidates will not share the details of the test in any form, oral or written. Candidates must ensure that, nothing related to the test material will be shared on social media platforms or through the internet.
Do’s and Don’t on the LSAT-India exam day - The dress code
Candidates are advised to dress as they are taking the test in person at a physical exam center.
Do not wear anything that affects your visibility on the webcam. Avoid wearing hats or hoods, sunglasses, headphones etc.
What should I do if my internet connection is disrupted or if there is a power outage?
If the power or internet connection gets disrupted, the remote proctoring system will save the progress and pause the test. You can restart the test once the technical issues are resolved and the test will be resumed where you left the test. In such cases, the candidate will not lose any test time.
However, if the test is disrupted for more than 30 minutes, you will not be allowed to resume the test and the test will be terminated.
The candidates will be allowed to take the test again if it is found after the investigation that the interruption was not due to any misconduct.
What should I do, if someone enters in my test room?
Ideally, the candidates must inform his/her family members before taking the test and ask them not to enter inside the room during the test. There should be no one inside your room if someone enters the area, ask them to leave immediately. The testing session will be flagged for review, but the candidate will not be penalized if it is found that no misconduct occurred on part of the candidate.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Do’s and Don’t on the LSAT-India 2020 exam day
Question: When will the LSAT-India 2020 be conducted?
LSAT India 2020 will be conducted from July 19-22 on multiple days and time slots. LSAC has also announced an additional test day July 26 for newly registered candidates.
Question: Can I keep chocolates and water and other eatables on my desk while appearing in the exam?
No, you can only keep a transparent water bottle on your desk. Any kind of eatables are strictly prohibited.
Question: Can I keep wristwatch while appearing in the exam?
No, the computer screen will have a timer, and you will not be allowed to keep a wrist watch during the examination.
Question: Is it possible to do cheating during the LSAT-India examination, as it is being proctored remotely.
No, there is no chance for cheating. Your screen will be recorded in web cam. Also the test will be monitored with AI technology. Any kind of malpractice will lead to disqualification.
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LSAT India 2021 will be conducted by The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) on June 14th, 2021 for admission to BA LLB, BBA LLB, B.Com LLB, BSc LLB, and three-year LLB offered by around 12 affiliated colleges. Now coming to the eligibility criteria of LSAT 2021 so there is no any specific eligibility criteria prescribed by LSAC instead the eligibility criteria will be different for different colleges and if you want to appear for LSAT 2021 the you should satisfy the basic eligibility criteria for LSAT 2021 which is described below :-
Candidates appearing in LSAT India 2021 seeking admission into five-year integrated law program should have qualified 12th board examination under 10+2 education system scoring minimum 45% marks.
So if you satisfy the above eligibility criteria then you can appear for LSAT India 2021 irrespective of your percentage in graduation.
For complete details about LSAT India 2021 eligibility criteria kindly check out the link given below :-
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The application process for LSAT India 2021 was started on November 10, 2020. Candidates who will complete application process by February 5 will be given an early bird prize wherein they need to pay Rs 3,499 for the application fee.
Aspirants who submit their application form for LSAT India 2021 between February 5 and June 4, need to pay Rs 3,799 for the application fee.
Candidates have to fill the application form latest by June 4, 2021.
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I am Law Undergraduate please advise whether LSAT exam is fir me and beneficial to me.
There are over 52 associate or participating institutes of LSAT India 2021 that will use LSAT India 2021 scores for admission; courses on offer include BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, three-year LLB and LLM. Interestingly, the role of LSAC is limited to conduct of LSAT India 2021 entrance exam and sharing of exam scores with participating institutes. The candidate will have to apply separately to these colleges, who will use LSAT India scores to shortlist candidates. They will prepare merit lists for counselling and seat allotment considering marks scored by the candidates in the remote proctored exam.
While LSAC is responsible for the conduct of LSAT India 2021 entrance exam, it doesn’t specify any eligibility criteria for the exam. It is because its role is limited to conduct of the exam declaration of results and sharing of exam scores with participating institutes. It is the LSAT India participating institutes 2021 that will release institute-specific eligibility criteria for admission.
LSAT India 2021 - Eligibility criteria
3-year LLB program: The candidate should have completed graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
5-year integrated law program: Candidates must have completed class 12 from a recognized board or institution.
LLM program: The candidates should have completed graduation degree in law.
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Here is the list of colleges in India accepting LSAT exam
- Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat
- School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
- Indore Institute of Law, Indore
- Lovely Professional University (LPU)
- Alliance School of Law, Bangalore
- Presidency University, Bangalore
- Dr Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune
- IFIM Law College, Bangalore
- VIT Law School, Chennai
- KLE Society's Law College, Bangalore
- PES University, Bangalore
- SRM University, Delhi-NCR, Sonepat
- Bennett University, Greater Noida
- Bennett University, Greater Noida
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