LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 – Pearson VUE has announced the LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria on October 4, 2018, for the candidates seeking admission into the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 mentions the minimum qualifications and age bar required to appear in the Law School Admission Test India. Candidates to appear in LSAT India 2019 are advised to read and understand all the points mentioned in the eligibility criteria of LSAT India 2019 before proceeding to fill the application form of LSAT India 2019. It is very important to read the LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 as if any candidate is found ineligible for the exam at the time of admissions, his/her admission will be cancelled even at the later stages. Moreover, as LSAT India 2019 will witness the participation of 45+ law schools, so the eligibility criteria may also differ for different institutes. Candidates appearing in LSAT India 2019 for admission into the undergraduate law programme will have different eligibility as compared to the postgraduate aspirant. So, it is very much important to read carefully the points as mentioned below for the LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria.
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LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 – Qualification required for five-year integrated law programmes
A candidate to appear in LSAT India 2019 needs to qualify his/her 10+2 examination under senior secondary norms or equivalent examination from a recognized board.
Securing at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination is mandatory.
LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 – Qualification required for three-year LLB programme
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Candidates seeking admission into the three-year law programme need to hold a graduation degree from any recognized university.
A candidate needs to score at least 55 percent marks in the qualifying degree.
LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Qualification required for LLM programme
Aspirants of LSAT India 2019 seeking admission to LLM programme need to possess a LLB degree from any recognized university recognized by Bar Council of India.
An aspirant should score at least 55 percent marks in the qualifying degree.
If you are belonging to reserved categories (SC/ST/PWD), then the university gives 5 percent relaxation and which stands to be 50%.
LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria – Age bar required for undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes
Candidates appearing in LSAT India 2019 to seek admission into the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes need no age bar to appear in the law examination.
LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2019 – Number of attempts
It has observed that candidates fail to qualify LSAT India 2019 at one go and stay confused about the number of attempts. So, here the facts is candidates can appear in LSAT India 2019 as many times as they want irrespective of their age.
LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria – Importance
Candidates may wonder why it is always asked to read the eligibility criteria of LSAT India 2019. Then it should be noted that candidates who do not read the LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria and at the later stages of admission, it is found that the candidate is ineligible for the examination, his/her admission will be cancelled. No further communication in this regard will be entertained further. So, it is important to keep a note of the LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria.
LSAT India 2019 Application Form
After reading and understanding the LSAT India 2019 Eligibility Criteria and knowing the possibilities of admission into the applied programme, candidates now need to fill LSAT India Application Form 2019 which is available now from October 15, 2018, and candidates can submit the same by May 20, 2019.
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to past trends, you should have 70 percentile to get admission in the
first list and 65 percentile to get admission in the second list. You
can refer to the following links for more insight:
whole information regarding lfat law entrance have been mentioned on
the website of career360 including cut off for the different colleges.
you can refer it for your purpose. here is the link for the same https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-result
Hi Aspirant, LSAT is an exam for law schools. Law School Admission Council (LSAC), is the official body to conduct the LSAT exam and doesn’t specify any conditions to write the exam. Candidates need to check for any specific criteria with their targeted law schools. Test is intended for candidates desirous of studying law and have graduated or are about to graduate and looking for admissions in a law school. There is no age limit to write the test.
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Let me tell you yeah,she will get admission in both of the colleges,but for that she need to qualify Entrance exams like CLAT and ICFAI Entrance Exams for Admission in desired colleges,wherever she wants,if she scored more than Cutoff then she will definietly get admission on that basis.
All the Best
According to past trends, you should have 70 percentile to get admission in the first list and 65 percentile to get admission in the second list. You can refer to the following links for more insight:
Hope this would help you.
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