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    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023: Mode, Marking Scheme, Number of Questions

    Edited By Prashita Mishra | Updated on Nov 10, 2022 11:59 AM IST | #LSAT India

    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023 - Law School Admission Council (LSAC) will release the LSAT India 2023 exam pattern along with the admission notification. The exam pattern will include various modalities related to Law School Admission Test - India such as exam duration, mode, type of questions, marking scheme, etc. Candidates can familiarize themselves with the structure and format of the question paper by going through the LSAT-India exam pattern 2023.

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    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023: Mode, Marking Scheme, Number of Questions
    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023: Mode, Marking Scheme, Number of Questions

    According to the exam pattern, the duration of the LSAT India 2023 is 2 hours and 20 minutes (35 minutes for each section). It will be conducted in remote proctored mode. Read the entire article carefully to understand the LSAT-India exam pattern 2023, test sections, marking scheme and more.

    LSAT India 2023 Exam Pattern



    Mode of LSAT-India exam

    Remote proctored mode

    Medium of examination


    Duration of LSAT-India 2023 exam

    2 hours and 20 minutes (35 minutes for each section)

    Total number of questions

    92 questions


    There would be a total of four sections namely:

    1. Analytical Reasoning

    2. Logical Reasoning (1)

    3. Logical Reasoning (2)

    4. Reading Comprehension

    Sectional time

    35 minutes for each section

    Question format

    Multiple-choice questions

    Negative Marking

    There will be no negative marking

    Scoring pattern

    Candidates would be marked on a score between 420 and 480, a score band, as well as a percentile rank.

    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023 - Remote Proctored Mode

    Candidates should have a computer or laptop with an active internet connection. The online LSAT—India can be accessed by candidates with a laptop or desktop computer. However, test cannot be accessed through mobile phones. Candidates trying to take the system readiness check prior to test or LSAT—India test during their scheduled appointment on mobile phones will face issues and technical teams will not be able to provide any assistance.

    Operating systems required in order to take the online LSAT-India exam

    Windows Operating system supported - Windows 8 and above (64-bit) (all editions except 'RT')

    The Windows OS requirements:

    • Windows Operating Systems must pass Genuine Windows Validation.

    • Dual Core / i3 or above processor

    Mac operating system - MacOS 10.12 and above (excluding beta versions)

    Note that Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 7, Internet Explorer, Edge are strictly prohibited for exam delivery.

    LSAT India test duration

    The overall test duration of LSAT India 2023 will be 2 hours and 20 minutes. The total test duration will be divided into four parts, for each section, 35 minutes will be allotted.

    LSAT India Scoring Pattern 2023

    The LSAC provided the LSAT India score in the form of a scaled score, score band and percentile. The LSAT India scaled score is calculated based on the number of questions attempted correctly by the candidate. It is an estimate of the candidate’s proficiency in the skills tested. The scaled score ranged from 420 to 480, with 420 as the lowest score and 480 being the highest score.

    LSAT India Exam Pattern 2023 - Syllabus and distribution of questions


    Number of questions

    Time allotted

    Analytical Reasoning


    35 minutes

    Logical Reasoning (1)


    35 minutes

    Logical Reasoning (2)


    35 minutes

    Reading Comprehension


    35 minutes


    92 approx.

    2 hours and 20 minutes

    Section-wise analyses of LSAT-India 2023 syllabus

    Analytical Reasoning

    These questions test deductive reasoning skills by requiring you to deduce what could or must be the case about a certain scenario, based on some rules and conditions. Questions measure the ability to understand the structure of a relationship, and to draw logical conclusions about that structure. The test taker is asked to reason deductively from a set of statements, rules, or principles that describe relationships among persons, things and events. Analytical reasoning questions reflect the kinds of complex analyses that a law student performs in the course of legal problem-solving.

    Logical Reasoning

    These questions evaluate your ability to understand, analyze, criticize, and complete a variety of arguments contained in short passages. Each logical reasoning question requires the test taker to read and comprehend a small passage and then answer a question about it. The questions are designed to assess a wide range of skills involved in thinking critically, with an emphasis on skills that are central to legal reasoning. These skills include drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules and identifying argument flaws.

    Reading Comprehensions

    This section measures the ability to read by understanding & insight examples of lengthy and complex materials similar to those encountered in law school. The reading comprehension section contains four sets of questions, each consisting of a section of reading material followed by four to eight questions that test reading and reasoning ability.

    LSAT India 2023 Preparation Tips:

    • Understand the fundamentals of all the sections. It is basically a reading-based exam so you need to be a voracious reader.

    • LSAT-India 2023 exam is designed in a manner to test your reading skills, critical reasoning skills, vocabulary skills, and basic grammar skills.

    • Focus on solving LSAT-India previous year questions, sample papers and mock tests in order to increase your speed and accuracy.

    • Try to complete the section-wise test in the time allotted for each section.

    Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

    1. Is LSAT-India an MCQ-based examination?

    Yes, LSAT-India is an MCQ-based examination in which there are around 92 questions from analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension.

    2. Does the syllabus of LSAT-India includes mathematics as a subject?

    According to the syllabus of LSAT-India mathematics does not form part of the exam syllabus.

    3. How much do I need to prepare for the LSAT-India exam?

    It is advised that a candidate preparing for LSAT-India must start his preparation at least 6 months before the examination.

    4. How many questions are there in the LSAT-India 2023 examination?

    According to the pattern followed by LSAT-India, there would be around 92 questions.

    5. Can we take admissions into private institutions through LSAT-India scores?

    Many private institutions accept LSAT-India scores and provide scholarships based on their scores.

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    Questions related to LSAT India

    Have a question related to LSAT India ?

    Hello aspirant,

    Hope you are doing absolutely great.

    So with regard to your query, the LSAT exam is conducted every year by the Law School Admission Council, and results for this years' exam are most probably to be released in the month of July 2022. However, the dates were still not yet notified.

    So, in order to check the result follow these steps:

    1. Visit the official site of LSAT i.e.

    2. Then click on the LSAT score card link on the website.

    3. Login into your account by using your User ID and Password.

    4. The result will be displayed automatically.

    Checkout the link for information regarding LSAT exam:

    Hope this helps you!!

    Dear aspirant !

    Hope you are doing great ! The result of LSAT will come very soon , as expected it is about to come in the third week of July till then have patience , you will get what you deserve .Follow the below steps to get the result ;

    1. Visit the LSAT India 2022 official website -
    2. Click on LSAT India scorecard link.
    3. Login using registration ID and password.
    4. The result of LSAT India 2022 will be displayed on the screen.

    Hope it helps you !


    Hi there. In response to your query here's a complete outlook on the prestigious examination of LSAT, explained through this link:-

    Hope this answer helps; best wishes

    Dear aspirant !

    Hope you are doing great ! See, this is something we can't tell accurate ,we can just predict whether it will tough than previous one or not , so all I want to tell that rather than asking such questions and overthinking if you put this time in hardwork then definitely it will be more beneficial than this . Paper will be easy ,don't worry ,focus on your preparation , for smarts and intelligent students , everything will be easy while for lazy students and for those who don't do hardwork it will be difficult . Open your eyes and work hard .

    Hope it helps you !!

    Thanking you

    Good Afternoon

    LSAT—India can be accessed by candidates with a laptop or desktop computer which has the following configuration:

    1. Windows 8 or above Operating System

    2. 2-4 GB and above RAM

    3. Dual Core / i3 or above processor

    4. Attached or integrated Camera,

    5. Internet with consistent speed (as equivalent to browsing),

    6. Updated Web Browser (Chrome or Firefox),

    7. 15 GB or more of free disk space

    8. A functional Audio-Video-Microphone.

    9. Advisable but not mandatory - decent, branded Antivirus

    Note: Students must disable pop-up blockers on their web browser to launch the test successfully.

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