LSAT India Participating Institutes 2021
LSAT India Participating Institutes 2021 - Candidates who qualify LSAT India 2021 will be considered for admission to law courses offered by LSAT India participating institutes 2021. It may be noted that LSAC, which conducts the LSAT India exam, will not release any specific eligibility criteria for admission. But instead it is the LSAT India participating institutes 2021 that will release institute-wise eligibility for admission. The candidate will be able to select LSAT India affiliated participating institutes at the time of filling LSAT India application form 2021. LSAC will share LSAT India 2021 scores with these institutions once results of the pencil-and-paper exam are declared. The candidate will have to apply separately to the LSAT India participating institutes, who will prepare merit lists for admission. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of LSAT India 2021 participating institutes.
LSAT India 2021 will be conducted in pencil-and-paper based mode tentatively around the month of May for admission to various law courses, including BA LLB, BBA LLB, B.Com LLB, LLB and LLM courses offered by participating institutes.
Key points related to LSAT India participating institutes 2021
The participating institutes of LSAT India 2021 include two types of institutions: (1) associated law colleges that will only use LSAT India scores for admission purpose, and (2) other colleges that will use LSAT India scores, but may or may not also use scores of other popular exams, like CLAT, for admissoion purposes.
LSAC is only responsible for the conduct of the LSAT India 2021 entrance exam; it doesn’t prescribe eligibility criteria for admission.
Instead it is the LSAT India 2021 participating institutes that will release institute-wise eligibility for admission.
Candidates are therefore required to consult the eligibility criteria of the institute they are applying for admission.
So, the aspirants before applying to a particular participating institute needs to check out
LSAT India 2021 Associated Law Colleges
Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P.
Greater Noida, U.P.
Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P.
Vijyabhoomi School of Law
School of Law and Constitutional Studies, Shobhit Institute of Engineering & Technology
Kolkata, West Bengal
Colleges that will use LSAT India scores for admission purpose:
NIMT Institute of Method & Law
Aurora Group of Institutions
LJ School of Law
Glocal Law School
How can I apply for admission to a LSAT India participating institute?
Affiliated colleges with whom the candidate wants to share their LSAT India 2021 scores can be selected by at the time of filing the application form. LSAC will then share LSAT India scores of the candidates with these institutes.
Once results of LSAT India 2021 are declared, the candidates will have to apply to these colleges. The participating institutes will then prepare merit lists for admission based on their LSAT India 2021 scores.
Who prescribes eligible criteria of LSAT India 2021 participating colleges?
The participating institutes will each publish their own eligibility criteria for admission to various law courses offered by them. LSAC has no responsibility as far as institute-wise eligibility is concerned.
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Questions related to LSAT India
list of colleges that accept LSAT scores?Are all the colleges that accept LSAT are private universities?
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The conducting authority Law School Admission Council (LSAC) , conducts LSAT for courses- BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, three-year LLB and LLM in which 52 colleges participate.
Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has released the online application form of LSAT-India 2021 on November 9; eligible candidates may complete the LSAT India registration till April 20
The link containing list of colleges accepting LSAT is https://law.careers360.com/colleges/list-of-law-colleges-in-india-accepting-lsat-india
sir Im confused about last exam in which application (career 360) there are showing two times this exam last why ?? please explain
LSAT will be conducted in online mode in multiple dates and sessions starting from 10th may, the registration has already commenced from 10th November, and last date is 20th April, 2021, you can get the entire schedule by visiting the official website at https://www.discoverlaw.in/important-lsat-india-dates
To know more details regarding LSAT, you may visit our page at https://law.careers360.com/articles/lsat-india-application-form
Hello. I am studying 12th(Batch 2020-2021). I am a law aspirant and seeking to write LSAT India. Being the registration started Can i apply without getting my 12th Board Marks? Kindly Respond!
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The eligibility criteria are
Qualifying exam: The candidate needs to have passed 10+2 exam from a recognized institute.
Marks in qualifying exam: The candidate must have secured at least 45% marks in the qualifying exam.
Age limit: There is no upper age limit that is being prescribed for appearing in the LSAT India 2021 exam.1
you can apply for LSATR examination. cause it will be conducted when 12th Board is over
sir I want to about offline exam if I applied online exam so how Ill get results or addmission in college
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I would recommend you to come back to career360.com (//career360.com) with proper question specifics so that we can understand and avail you the information you really need.
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how many marks should we get in lsat to join Jindal Law school??
However we can't know the precise cutoffs here are the expected cutoffs
BA- LLB 80 to 99.99 percentile
LLB 60 - 99.99 percentile
LLM 60- 99.99 percentile
LLB would be a three year long course and LLM would one year long.
So you'll atleast need 80 or 60 percentile based on what you want to pursue.