LSAT India Exam Pattern 2020 - The exam conducting body, Pearson VUE has released the exam pattern of LSAT India 2020 with some major changes. As per LSAT India 2020 exam pattern, the exam will be a standardized test that will be conducted in pencil-and-paper or offline mode. The paper will comprise of five sections - one on analytical reasoning, two on logical reasoning, one on reading comprehension and one will be the newly added variable section. The number of questions has been increased from last year's 90-100 to 115. All questions will be of multiple choice type. The LSAT India applicant by consulting the exam pattern will not only know how to prepare, but also what to prepare for. A national-level exam, LSAT India is conducted for admission to various law courses like BA LLB, BBA LLB, 3-year LLB, and LLM. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of LSAT India exam pattern 2020.LATEST - LSAT India application form 2020 is open now.
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Mode of exam
Pencil-and-paper based (offline)
Candidates will be provided scannable answer sheets, where responses have to be recorded.
Duration of the exam
2 hours 55 minutes
Number of questions
There will be five (5) sections. These include:
One section on Analytical Reasoning
Logical Reasoning - 1
Logical Reasoning - 2
Variable section (Newly added)
Candidates will get 35 minutes to complete each section.
Section-wise number of questions
Each section will have around 22 - 24 questions
Some of the questions will have four answer options, while the rest will have five answer options.
Every question will have only one correct answer.
There is no negative marking
Test scores will be provided as scaled score between 420 and 480, a score band, along with percentile rank.
1st Logical Reasoning
2nd Logical Reasoning
Total: 2 hours 55 minutes
Candidates will be given strictly 35 minutes to complete a section. Invigilators in the exam hall will use countdown timers to keep track of time, and also warn candidates 5-minutes before calling time on a section. Once the 35-minutes are over, the candidate will have to stop answering that particular section and move to the next section.
Further, the candidate will be allowed to answer only that section which is currently being timed. What this also means is the candidate cannot attempt multiple sections simultaneously.
There will be no meaningful break between sections, which means the sections will have to be completed in one-go.
If the candidate has completed all the sections, but has still some time left, still the candidate cannot go back to a previous section to answer unattempted questions.
Scannable answer sheet: Considering the test paper will be scanned by a machine, the candidate must be careful to properly mark a question, or else it may be evaluated incorrectly by the scanner.
Exam officials has extended last date to fill LSAT 2020 application from till May 1. Applicants must note that there is no LSAT India-specific eligibility criteria; instead the candidate needs to meet the eligibility criteria prescribed by the participating institute he or she is applying for admission to. As part of the LSAT 2020 application filling process, the candidate needs to get registered, fill in academic, personal and academic details, upload scanned documents, and pay the exam fee. Such candidates who successfully complete the application process will be issued LSAT India 2020 admit cards.
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As per the latest exam pattern of LSAT India 2020, the question paper will have 5 sections: one section each on Analytical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension, and two sections on Logical Reasoning and one will be a variable section.
No, the candidate will be able to answer questions for only that section which is currently timed. The candidate can move to the next section once the allotted 35-minute is over.
Candidates will be given scannable answer sheets where responses have to be entered. These sheets in turn will be evaluated using a scanner.
The LSAT India exam pattern 2020 has been updated, candidates. By consulting LSAT India exam pattern candidates will get to know about the exam mode, question types, marks distribution etc. For example, the candidate may focus on MCQs questions rather than wasting time preparing for subjective questions.
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Yes the LSAT india exam has been postponed. The LSAT india exam which was supposed to be held on 1st May 2020 is now being postponed to 17th May 2020. The reason behind this is not being corona virus but to avoid a clash between the board exam and the test date
The application fee for LSAT India is 3800 + GST and it can be paid only through online mode via debit card or credit card or Internet Banking.
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No, you are not eligible for LSAT exam if you belongs to general. The minimum percentage is 45. But If you belongs to reserved category then there is some relaxation in marks.
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Hi Hope you are doing great! Well symbiosis law admission test has released application form on Jan 22nd and it is till 16 April 2020. The application fee for SLAT Exam 2020 is Rs.1750 and candidate also needs to fill Rs.1000 more for the program selection. The total application fees are Rs.2750
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