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Law School Admission Council (LSAC) conducts lSAT-India, the Law School Admission Test for India. It is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skill designed by LSAC for admissions to various participating law colleges in India. At least 53 colleges accept this score. The LSAT-India is an admissions test customized for Indian law schools - brought by The Law School Admission Council, USA and Pearson VUE. Though LSAT-India carries questions similar to LSAT, the exam is shorter and scores are reported on a different scale. The LSAT-India paper does not include any writing sample, whereas the LSAT does. LSAT scores are used for admission to several law schools in the United States, Canada and Australia, whereas LSAT-India scores can be used only within Indian law schools. 



The scores of the candidates taking LSAT-India 2014 shall be sent by Pearson VUE to the respective law schools in India.  LSAT-India 2014 scores are reported on a percentile basis, comparing each candidate’s performance to that of the others who took the admission test within the candidate group. Scores for one candidate group cannot be compared to those for the other candidate group since they are based on group performance. Thus, LSAT-India scores tell law schools the relative strength of the critical-thinking skills measured by the test for each candidate in comparison to the others in his or her candidate pool.


LSAT is merely a qualifying examination. Individual colleges  have their own independent ways of assessing and selecting a candidates. This might include essays, statement of purpose, personality tests even assessment batteries. Some colleges also insist on a personal interview before making an offer.


Participating colleges:

  • In addition to the below mentioned  institutes, 34 law schools also accept LSAT-India 2014 scores.

  • Alliance School of Law, Bangalore

  • Amity Law Schhol, Gurgaon

  • AURO University School of Law, Surat

  • Central India College of Law, Nagpur        

  • Chotanagpur College of Law, Ranchi

  • College of Legal Studies, Dehradun

  • Faculty of Law, ICFAI University, Dehradun

  • GH Raisoni Law School, Nagpur

  • ITM law Schhol, Gurgaon

  • Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat

  • JSS Law School, Mysore

  • KLE Scociety’s Law College, Bangalore

  • MATS Law University, Raipur

  • Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur

  • School of Law, Galgotias University, Greater Noida

  • School of Law, Gitam University, Vishakahapatnam

  • School of Law, K.R. Mangalam

  • University, Gurgaon

  • School of Law, Noida International University

  • School of Law, Sharda University, Greater Noida 

(With inputs from Apratim Chatterjee)

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do lsat India score is accepted by foriegn University for ba llb

Rashi Shukla 23rd Dec, 2019

No, LSAT India exam as the name suggests, scores are only accepted by the Indian Universities of Law. It is an entrance test at national level. But if you are willing to study law in foreign you can apply for LSAT Abroad. As the scores of this exam is valid and accepted for the foreign university admissions.

Hope this helps..

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do foriegn University accept lsat India score for ba llb pls tell?

Masira 23rd Dec, 2019

No, the LSAT India scores are not acceptable in foreign universities. The LSAT India scores are accepted by some private colleges in India and in some foreign colleges that have partnered with Indian Law schools apart from them Indian scores are not accepted. You need to give LSAT abroad which is an international exam in order to study BA LLB in foreign country.

Hope this helps, Good luck.

has the LSAT India 2020 entrance exam form been opened?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 19th Nov, 2019

Hello Vijay,

The online application form of LSAT- 2020 may release in this month that is November, 2019.But the official date is not yet announced.So need to wait until there is an official notification regarding this.The last date to fill the online application form will be in the 3rd week of May, 2020 and exam will be conducted in the 1st week of June, 2020.Until then stay updated for new announcements.


what is the eligibility criteria for 3-year llb course through LSAT ?

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 18th Nov, 2019
As per the basic eligibility criteria of LSAT INDIA 2020 for 3 years LLB program, is that, the candidate applying for this course must hold a bachelor's degree from a recognized institute scoring minimum 45% marks in aggregate. There is no upper age limit for applying.

what is the official site of LSAT India registration?

Aditya kumar Student Expert 17th Nov, 2019
Hello there!


Official website of LSAT India is:- .
LSAT India 2020 entrance exam will be conducted in 1st week of June, 2020 while last date to submit application form is 3rd week of May, 2020.

If you are interested in applying for LSAT then follow the below steps :-

  • Online registration:- You need to visit the official website first of all i.e. and then create your account for log in .
  • Filling of application form
  • Payment of application fee
  • Submission of application form

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