LSAT India Application Form 2020
Manashjyoti, 25 Oct 2019, #LSAT India
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LSAT India Application Form 2020 - Pearson VUE will release the online application form of LSAT India 2020 tentatively in November 2019. LSAT India application form 2020 will be for admission to 5-year BA/BBA LLB, 3-year LLB, and LLM programs offered by the 52 participating (or associated) colleges. Eligible candidates need to fill the LSAT India application form and submit it before the last date. Interestingly, Pearson VUE doesn’t prescribe any eligibility criteria for appearing in the exam, but instead candidates need to meet the eligibility criteria of the participating college they intend to apply based on LSAT India scores. Pearson VUE officials will share the scores of the LSAT India exam with these associated colleges. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of LSAT India application form 2020.

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LSAT India - Important Dates

Events

Tentative Dates

Commencement of online application form

November, 2019

Last date to submit application form

3rd week of May, 2019

Release of Admit card

4th week of May, 2020

LSAT India 2020 entrance exam

1st week of June, 2020

LSAT India Application Form 2020

Candidates seeking admission to various law programs offered by the associated or participating colleges of LSAT India 2020 must duly fill and submit the LSAT India 2020 application form before the last date. When filling the application form of LSAT India 2020, one must use only factual and correct information; any candidate found sharing false information may be disqualified at any stage of the admission process, including at the time of document verification.

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Steps to fill LSAT India 2020 Application Form

  1. Online registration

  2. Filling of application form

  3. Payment of application fee

  4. Submission of application form

Step 1 - Online Registration

To start the application filling process, the candidate needs to first get registered.

The registration window will look like this:



For fresh registration, select the “new user option” and fill in the registration details like first name, last name, and select and confirm password. On successfully entering these details, validation link will be sent to the registered email ID of the candidate.



Click on the link to activate the account and continue the LSAT India 2020 application filling process.

Step 2 - Filling of application form

The candidate has to next log-in to the newly created account to access the application form. Important fields the candidate has to fill in this section include:

  1. Personal information

  2. Address details

  3. Program preferences

  4. Academic qualification

  5. Additional information

In the program preference section, the candidate has to select from 5-year BA/BBA LLB, 3-year LLB, and LLM programs. Next candidate has to select college options; a maximum of eight colleges, in the order of priority is allowed. College options include both private and public colleges.

Selection of exam centre - The candidate will also be required to select a convenient exam centre from the drop down menu.

Step 3 - Payment of application fee

The application fee for applying for LSAT India 2020 is the same for all the categories, which is Rs. 3800. Only online payment option is available using net banking, credit or debit cards; refer the table below for full details.

LSAT India 2020 application fee

Category

Mode of payment

Application fee

Payment options

General/ OBC/ SC/ ST/ PwD/ Female

Online

Rs. 3800

Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking

Step 4 - Submission of application form

In the last step, the candidate has to submit the application form after ensuring that it is complete in all respects. Note that incomplete applications are subject to rejection.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - LSAT India Application Form 2020

Question: Who can fill the application form of LSAT India 2020?

Answer:

Pearson VUE doesn’t prescribe any eligibility criteria of LSAT India 2020. Instead the candidate is urged to check out the eligibility criteria prescribed by the associated college, the candidate has applied for admission to.

Question: Will the LSAT India 2020 application form available in offline mode?

Answer:

The LSAT India application form will be released in online mode only. So candidates needs to go to the official application portal to fill the form; note that the application link will also be updated on this page once it is available.

Question: How many exam centres can I choose?

Answer:

A candidate is allowed to choose a maximum of one exam centre at the time of filling the LSAT India 2020 application form. The list of available exam centres will be displayed in a drop-down menu.  

Question: Can I select apply to multiple colleges based on my LSAT India score?

Answer:

LSAT India 2020 scores are accepted by 52 associated or participating colleges. The applicant is free to apply to any of these colleges based on their LSAT India score.

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