LSAT-India 2016 Merit List will provide you the list of candidates qualifying in the law school admission test for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes in the associated colleges of Pearson VUE and LSAC. Pearson VUE or LSAC may not be issuing LSAT-India 2016 Merit List publically. However, the list of qualifying candidates of LSAT-India 2016 will be sent to the colleges participating in the Law School Admission Test for India (LSAT-India). Moreover, you can check your name as a part of LSAT-India 2016 Merit List / Rank List through the result tab of your registered account. If you have a qualifying score in the law school admission test, it means that you have been shortlisted in the merit list of LSAT-India 2016.

LSAT-India 2016 was held on May 15, while the results of the law school admission test will be announced by June 3, 2016. Click here to know the other dates of the admission test.


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Merit List of LSAT-India 2016

  • Neither Pearson VUE nor LSAC will be declaring any Merit List for LSAT-India 2016 publically

  • Therefore, you will not be able to download LSAT-India 2016 Merit List

  • However, Pearson VUE will be sending the list of candidates qualified in the law school admission test and scores of those candidates to the associated colleges

  • The associated / participating colleges will then be admitting students for the five-year integrated law programmes

Modalities of the Law School Admission Test for India –

  1. LSAT-India 2016 was a paper-pencil (offline) mode paper, conducted for two hours and twenty minutes

  2. There were as many as 100 questions from different sections including Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension

  3. Any wrong answer would not be awarded a negative score, however, no marks would be awarded to any question marked with more than one answer, even though one of the other marked options would be correct

LSAT-India 2016 is the admission test to be conducted by Pearson VUE on behalf of Law School Admission Council (LSAC) in the paper-pencil mode for admissions to as many as 61 law schools in India.

 

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which are best colleges in LSAT India for BBA LLB?

Nimisha Gupta 28th May, 2020

Hi,

Following are some of the best colleges that take admission through LSAT for BBA LLB. These colleges provide quality education and have high ratings.

Alliance School of Law

Auro University School of Law

Azim Premji University

Institute of Law

College of Legal Studies

JSS Law College

KLE Society's Law College

MATS Law School

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VIT Law School

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what is the average score of lsat india for getting admisson in o.p jindal college

Yash Dev Student Expert 23rd May, 2020

Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination, its difficult to predict exact score but as per previous year records 80 percentile or more than 80 percentile for 5 year law program at jindal law school.


Feel free to comment if you have any doubt

Good luck

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Does LSAT India have negative marking?

No. A very important point to remember is that there is no negative marking. So, once you reach the end of the section if you haven't answered every question or attempted every question then absolutely go back and answer. You have roughly twenty percent chance of getting it right just by guessing so please save 30 seconds to a minute at the end to go back and make sure that you have an answer entered for every single question.


Dr. Jason Dickenson
Director, India Testing- Law School Admission Council (LSAC)

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How should a student plan to score a decent percentile in the LSAT India examination?

I think it's a misperception that it is an easy test and you don't have to prepare for iit and you can just walk in and take it unlike the CLAT and I think that's wrong. I don't think it is an easy test and I know it is not because I actually see the raw scores and it's certainly a test that you have to practice for so one thing I will tell you as far as percentiles and so forth is that even our highest scoring test takers over the years get a lot of questions wrong.

If you take the practice tests and you get 30 or 40 wrong out of 90- 92, they might want to give up but that's not necessarily the case. Again, you can get a good score with quite a number of questions answered incorrectly. So don't lose hope.


Dr. Jason Dickenson
Director, India Testing- Law School Admission Council (LSAC)

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Do you advise the test takers to read the questions first before reading the passage for reading comprehension in LSAT India exam?

People believe that reading questions first is helpful and that will save time and that makes sense theoretically but my hunch is that for most people anyway that it is actually not going to work out very well because what is going to happen is that if you try to read the questions and then you read the passage and then you go back to the questions and you still wouldn't know the answer. You will have to go back to the passage. So you have to read the questions one time more than you need to. One thing to remember is that time is very precious in this test. It is a tough test and a good number of questions in the section and you don't have a lot of time so you have just a minute or two per question so you really should not waste your time. Time management is absolutely critical so reading questions first may work for some people and may work for some kinds of tests, our passages are not conducive to that practice because they are so dense and they have so many ideas in them and they are complex. The answers are not just going to pop off the screen at you once you read the passage. You really need to focus on the passage first and then go and tackle the questions.


Dr. Jason Dickenson
Director, India Testing- Law School Admission Council (LSAC)

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