Candidates who will be appearing in LSAT India 2020 must take note that the exam now has a new website, DiscoverLaw.in. This new website has the latest information related to the LSAT India 2020 exam, including list of test centers where the exam will be conducted, key dates, and also the list of associated colleges.
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LSAT India 2020 will be a pen-and-paper based exam that will be conducted on May 17. Application form of LSAT India 2020 has commenced and can be filled till May 1.
The new website will also aid the candidate in exam preparation. For example, the candidate will be able to download sample papers, which come with explanations, for practice.
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In fact, when the candidate registers for the LSAT India 2020 exam, a copy of The Official LSAT─India Handbook would be sent to the candidate’s registered email id. It will contain details on the nature and type of the exam, like marking scheme, question pattern, question type, etc.
The website also has PrepTests, that are time-controlled, suited for analyzing one’s performance, and for improving time management and problem solving skills.
LSAT—India PrepTest No. 1
LSAT—India PrepTest No. 2
LSAT—India PrepTest No. 3
If the candidate wants to apply to an associated college, they can find the list under the tab Lsat - india on the home page.
Key features of these associated colleges:
These colleges will use LSAT India scores for admission to their undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. So, these colleges are unlikely to use other test scores like CLAT 2020 and AILET 2020 scores.
Law colleges that use LSAT India, but are not associated colleges, may however use other test scores (say CLAT, AILET, SLAT, etc) as well for admission purposes.
LSAT India doesn’t prescribe any eligibility criteria.
Instead, the associated colleges each have their own eligibility criteria. So, candidates need to refer to these criteria before applying to any one of them.
The list of associated law colleges is currently being updated on the new website.
To honor the memory of Prof. Shamnad Basheer, who was a well-known name in the legal fraternity, a new scholarship “Basheer Access To Justice Scholarship” has been initiated. The scholarship will be awarded to deserving candidates from economically backward communities who display traits like moral values, grit and tenacity.
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Yes the LSAT india exam has been postponed. The LSAT india exam which was supposed to be held on 1st May 2020 is now being postponed to 17th May 2020. The reason behind this is not being corona virus but to avoid a clash between the board exam and the test date
The application fee for LSAT India is 3800 + GST and it can be paid only through online mode via debit card or credit card or Internet Banking.
For more details about the exam and its application, you can visit the link below:
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No, you are not eligible for LSAT exam if you belongs to general. The minimum percentage is 45. But If you belongs to reserved category then there is some relaxation in marks.
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Hi Hope you are doing great! Well symbiosis law admission test has released application form on Jan 22nd and it is till 16 April 2020. The application fee for SLAT Exam 2020 is Rs.1750 and candidate also needs to fill Rs.1000 more for the program selection. The total application fees are Rs.2750
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