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The LSAT-India is a test conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to participating law colleges in India for admission into 5 Year Integrated BA LLB and BBA LLB programs. LSAT-India is a test of high-level reading, informal reasoning, and deductive reasoning skills - all aspects that are relevant for a law professional to succeed.
While LSAT-India is targetting law aspirants, many Science students also apply for law courses owing to their interest in pursuing an analytical career. Some science students also apply to law programs as a back-up option. But this time LSAT-India date clashes with JEE-Advanced and AMU-B.Tech Entrance Exam. All of these exams are scheduled to be held on 17th May, 2020.
LSAT-India scores are valid for a period of 5 years but candidates should check with applying for law college about whether they will accept a score received during a prior year.
The test shall be administered in pen-and-paper mode (offline) test that shall have around 115 multiple choice questions that need to be answered in 2 hrs and 55 minutes.
The sections in the test shall include -
a) Analytical Reasoning
b) Logical Reasoning (2 sections) and
c) Reading Comprehension.
There are no negative marking for incorrect answers but some answers may have more than one correct answer.
A few questions shall be unmarked, i.e., shall not be carrying any marks.