LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2018

LSAT-India-Eligibility-CriteriaLSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2018 – Pearson VUE has announced LSAT India 2018 eligibility criteria for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. LSAT India eligibility criteria 2018 mentions minimum qualifications and age required for applying for the Person VUE administered Law School Admission Test (LSAT) 2018. It is advised to check the eligibility criteria of LSAT India 2018 before filling in the application forms of LSAT India. In any case, if it is found that any of the candidate who do not comply by the eligibility criteria of LSAT India may lose his/her candidature at any of the admission steps.

LSAT India eligibility criteria 2018 are different for each of the offered programmes– BA LLB and LLM. Candidates need to look into their respective LSAT India eligibility conditions, before filling the application form of LSAT India 2018.

LSAT India eligibility criteria mention some general and some specific conditions for the Pearson VUE administered law school admission test.

 

LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2018: Educational Qualifications

 

LSAT India 2018 (BA LLB) – Candidates applying for BA LLB programme through LSAT India 2018 need to have qualified 12th board examination of 10+2 pattern from CBSE or any other equivalent state educational boards.

 

The minimum passing percentage for BA LLB applications may vary for each of the participating institutes of LSAT India 2018. Candidates need to find out the specific passing marks for their choices of respective institutes.

 

LSAT India 2018 (LLM) – Candidates applying for LLM programme need to be an LL.B graduate. The LL.B degree must be conferred by a recognised Indian law institute at par Bar Council of India (BCI) norms.

 

The minimum passing percentage for LLM applications may vary for each of the participating institutes. Candidates need to find out the specific passing marks for their choices of respective institutes for the LLM programme.

 

LSAT India Eligibility Criteria 2018: Age Criteria


There is no definite age criteria for filling the applications for any of the law programmes offered at either undergraduate or postgraduate level of study. Any candidate, irrespective of his/her age can apply for the applications meeting the minimum educational qualification as per the eligibility criteria of LSAT India.

About LSAT India Application Form


LSAT India applications for this year can be filled between October 4, 2017 and May 4, 2018. Candidates will need to register online through the official LSAT India website and submit the duly filled-in applications after paying the fees. Applicants need to pay Rs. 3800 for the application forms.

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LSAT India Important Dates

Applications begin: October 4, 2017
Applications ends: May 4, 2018
Offline exam: May 20, 2018

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Aahana Gameti 2 months ago

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Hello Aayushi!

In my view, a score above 75 percentile should be safe for admission and any one below 70 percentile might have little or no chance of admission.

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