LSAT India Syllabus 2019
Priyanka Sarangi, 12 Sep 2018, #LSAT India

LSAT India Syllabus 2019 – Pearson VUE will announce the LSAT India 2019 Syllabus by the first week of October 2018. The syllabus of LSAT India 2019 is an important element to look at for the candidates preparing for the Law School Admission Test India. By knowing the LSAT India Syllabus 2019, candidates would be able to strategies their preparation accordingly. LSAT India 2019 Syllabus will include information related to the topics, marking scheme and the subjects to be included in the law examination. Moreover, with the help of the syllabus of LSAT India 2019, candidates will get a clear understanding of the topics and subjects to be focused on for the law examination. Candidates will also be able to know the areas which would require more attention and which could be prepared later. It should also be noted that the LSAT India 2019 Syllabus for both the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes is same but the level of questions will change course-wise.


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LSAT India Syllabus 2019 – An overview of topics for five-year integrated, three year LLB & LLM law programmes

Candidates appearing in LSAT India 2019 can get a clear understanding of the topics in-detail to be included in LSAT India 2019.

  • Analytical Reasoning – This section will test candidates understanding to structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions about that structure. The test taker will be given a set of statements and rules or principles that describe relationships among persons, things, or events. Analytical Reasoning questions reflect the kinds of complex analyses that a law student performs in the course of legal problem solving.

  • Logical Reasoning – In this section candidate’s ability to analyze, evaluate and give logics to arguments will be tested. In each question of logical reasoning, candidates will be required to read and comprehend a short passage followed by answering the questions. The questions here will assess a wide range of skills involved in thinking critically, with an emphasis on skills that are central to legal reasoning and drawing conclusions.

  • Reading comprehension – Here in this section, candidate’s reading and understanding the passage will be tested. This section will test the ability of the candidates to read lengthy and complex materials similar to those commonly encountered in law school. It will contain four sets of reading questions, each consisting of a selection of reading material, followed by four to nine questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.

LSAT India Syllabus 2019 – Topic-wise distribution of marks

Aspirants of LSAT India 2019 will get a better understanding of the law examination paper pattern by taking a look here at the topic-wise distribution of marks as given below -


Number of Questions


Analytical Reasoning

Approx. 24


1st Logical Reasoning

Approx. 24


2nd Logical Reasoning

Approx. 24


Reading Comprehension

Approx. 24


It should be noted that candidates will be allowed to attempt the paper section-wise. Candidates will also be required to attempt the sections in the given time. No candidate will be allowed to return to the previous section once moved to the next section.


LSAT India Syllabus 2019 – Importance

LSAT India 2019 Syllabus is of great vitality for the aspirants of LSAT India 2019. By knowing the syllabus of LSAT India 2019 well in advance, candidates can prepare a strategic plan for their preparation by dividing the same topic-wise. Also by understanding the LSAT India 2019 Syllabus and preparing accordingly, candidates would be able to face the examination fear free. According to Late Daniel O. Bernstine, President, Law School Admission Council (LSAC), "LSAT India syllabus is so designed that it does not test prior legal knowledge. LSAT-India is the law entrance exam with a holistic exam content, which means the exam tests logical and analytical abilities as well as reading comprehension, which LSAC assumes to be the essential skills and qualities needed to become a successful lawyer."


LSAT India Syllabus 2019 – Some essential points

  • LSAT India 2019 Syllabus will be announced by Pearson VUE for the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes.

  • LSAT India Syllabus 2019 will include the topics, marking scheme and the sequence of questions to be followed in the law examination.

  • The syllabus of LSAT India 2019 will help the candidates to know the least and most important topics to be prepared for LSAT India 2019.

  • All the question in LSAT India 2019 will be of objective nature having four to five options to choose.

  • The syllabus of LSAT India 2019 will be the same for all the three law programmes offered by Pearson VUE but the level of questions will differ as per the course.

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