LSAT India 2016 has been conducted on May 15 by Pearson VUE on behalf of Law School Admission Council at as many as 18 exam centres of 16 cities in the country. The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) was conducted for admissions to undergraduate and post graduate law programmes offered in over 60 law schools in India. Candidates who have appeared for LSAT India 2016 can check here about the exam.LATEST - Know all about LSAT India 2017 including application, admit card and exam dates.LSAT India 2016 was a test conducted in offline (paper-pen) mode where the candidates were evaluated on reading and verbal reasoning skills. The test-takers had to answer as many as 100 questions from a total of four sections including Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning I, Logical Reasoning II and Reading Comprehension. The total duration of the law admission test was 2 hours and 20 minutes, wherein 35 minutes was allotted for solving each section.
The questions were of objective nature having multiple-choice questions. Each question had a total of four/five options, among which the candidate had to choose the one that fit apt as the answer. The candidates were required to answer the questions of one particular section at a time and not at random selection. After the time-duration of one paper was over, invigilators informed about the same and candidates were to begin the next section.
The results of LSAT India 2016 will be announced on June 3, 2016 along with the declaration of LSAT India 2016 merit list. The admissions to the participating colleges of LSAT India 2016 will be offered after the candidate has qualified LSAT India 2016 cutoff.
LSAT India and LSAT India PG 2016 were conducted for admissions to five-year integrated and post graduate law programmes in as many as 68 Indian law schools.
First published on May 15, 2016
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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized entrance test that is required for admission to law schools across US, Canada, and many other foreign countries. the eligibility criteria is student need to have a graduation degree in any discipline. those who are in final year can also apply. there is no age limit for attempting the exam.
LSAT is technically the entrance examination for law courses in the United States. LSAT India is an unique version of LSAT, for admission in India. It is administered by Law School Admission Council. LSAT India has 2 Logical Reasoning sections,, one Analytical Reasoning and another Reading Comprehension section. Unlike the original LSAT, there are no experimental sections and no writing sample. Therefore, LSAT India is of lesser duration than that of LSAT. For more information on LSAT, please visit their official website at:
LSAT exam consists of following sections
LSAT paper consists of 96 questions in mcq format with total being 100 marks, there's no negative marking, the paper is conducted in offline mode for a duration of 2 hours 20 minutes.
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