Law School Admission Test for India
to past trends, you should have 70 percentile to get admission in the
first list and 65 percentile to get admission in the second list. You
can refer to the following links for more insight:
whole information regarding lfat law entrance have been mentioned on
the website of career360 including cut off for the different colleges.
you can refer it for your purpose. here is the link for the same https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-result
Hi Aspirant, LSAT is an exam for law schools. Law School Admission Council (LSAC), is the official body to conduct the LSAT exam and doesn’t specify any conditions to write the exam. Candidates need to check for any specific criteria with their targeted law schools. Test is intended for candidates desirous of studying law and have graduated or are about to graduate and looking for admissions in a law school. There is no age limit to write the test.
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Let me tell you yeah,she will get admission in both of the colleges,but for that she need to qualify Entrance exams like CLAT and ICFAI Entrance Exams for Admission in desired colleges,wherever she wants,if she scored more than Cutoff then she will definietly get admission on that basis.
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According to past trends, you should have 70 percentile to get admission in the first list and 65 percentile to get admission in the second list. You can refer to the following links for more insight:
Hope this would help you.
This year the cutoff of o.p.jindal law school for lsat is min.of 80 percentile for 5 year law programmes.
And, for 3 year llb or one year law programmes the a candidate has to secure min.of 60 percentile.
For students securing marks below 60 percentiles is very difficult to get admission into o.o.jindal college this year.
education qualification required for five-year integrated law programs by LSAT are qualify your 10+2 examination under senior secondary norms or equivalent examination from a recognized board. secure at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination is mandatory.
Qualification required for the three-year LLB program you need to hold an LLB degree from any recognized university. you need to score at least 55 percent marks in the qualifying degree.you are eligible for LSAT for the 5-year program based on your 12th results.
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Let me tell you LSAT is a Law Entrance Exams conducted for admission into Law Colleges For Integrated LLB Programs also some colleges accepts LSAT Score.For getting admission into their courses like Sharda university/Chnadigarh University these are the colleges which also Accepts Lsat sc score for admission into their law Programs.
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The scholarship criteria at O.P Jindal for outstanding merit is ₹1 lakh per year which will be given to the top-five scorers in LSAT-India who enrol in three-year LLB Programme, five-year BA/BBA LLB programme and one year LLM programme. This criterion will be based solely on your merit.
Now, even though your percentile is excellent, there are only five seats for the scholarship and it is possible that there is a lot of competition for this as well. I would suggest you to not wait too much before going forward with your admission procedure. Although, if you're still in a doubt, you can contact the designated authorities and they can guide you.
The whole information regarding lfat law entrance have been mentioned on the website of career360 including cut off for the different colleges. you can refer it for your purpose. here is the link for the same https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-result
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