LSAT India Result 2018: Pearson Vue has announced the LSAT India 2018 result on June 4, 2018. The Law School Admission Test India was conducted on May 20, 2018 and the result of LSAT India 2018 has been declared in an online mode. To check the LSAT India result 2018, candidates need to login through their LSAT India email id and password. The LSAT India 2018 result mentions the qualifying status of the candidates who appeared in the May 20, 2018 Law School Admission Test for the Indian law schools. U.S.based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) in association with Pearson Vue announces the LSAT India results in the form of percentile score. Post announcement of the result of LSAT India 2018, colleges and other institutes will shortlist candidates for their law programmes. Candidates can find the process to download the score card and more on the LSAT India 2018 result below.
LSAT India Result 2018: Important Dates
LSAT India 2018 offline test
May 20, 2018
LSAT India 2018 result declaration
June 4, 2018
Counselling schedule for LSAT India 2018
As notified by different institutes participating in LSAT India 2018
How to Check LSAT India Result 2018
Here’s a step-by-step process to check the result of LSAT India 2018:
Visit the official site and click on the blinking link of LSAT India 2018 result
Type in your LSAT India 2018 Login Id and Password
Click on Result
Check your result of LSAT India 2018
Check score card of LSAT India
Download LSAT India score card
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LSAT India Result 2018: Important instructions
Candidates must note that no hard copy of the LSAT India 2018 result will be sent.
Candidates can download the result of LSAT India 2018 from the official website and save it for future.
The score-card of LSAT India 2018 will mention the percentile scored by the LSAT India test taker and his/ her rank.
LSAT India Result 2018: Test scoring
LSAT India 2018 scores are calculated and stated on percentile basis in LSAT India 2018 result. The score of LSAT India 2018 is a comparison of each candidate’s performance within his/ her group, i.e, within five-year integrated or three-year LLB or postgraduate law programmes. For example, a LSAT India five-year integrated law programme test taker with a score of 82.5 specifies that his performance is better than that of the 82.5 per cent of the candidates who appeared for LSAT India 2018. Further, it should be noted that the 82.5 percentile score does not imply that the candidates answered 82.5 per cent of the LSAT India questions correctly. Hence, the LSAT India 2018 result mentions the relative strength and critical thinking of the candidate in comparison to the others.
LSAT India Result 2018: Marking Scheme
LSAT India 2018 followed no negative marking policy. Thus, the candidates appearing for the examination were advised to attempt all questions carefully as no marks were deducted in case of any wrong attempts.
LSAT India Result 2018: What next
With the announcement of LSAT India 2018 Result, the LSAT India participating Indian law schools will be shortlisting candidates on the basis of their percentile scores for the different law programmes on offer. The candidates will be called for admission and counselling process by the respective institutes on the basis of LSAT India result 2018.