LSAT 2019: LSAT India, Result, Score Card, Admission

LSAT 2019LSAT 2019 Result has been released on 17th June 2019. Law School Admission Test is an international level entrance exam shortly known as LSAT. It is organized by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), USA. LSAT India exam is a national level conducted through offline mode for law aspirants. It is organized for providing admission in UG, PG and integrated law courses in India. More than 85 law institutions and colleges consider the LSAT score for providing admission. The LSAT is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills required for admission in law courses. In this article, we have provided details about LSAT 2019 including application form, dates, pattern, syllabus, etc.

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LSAT Exam Dates

Here we are providing the official exam schedule of LSAT India examination:

EventsDates
Registration starts16th October 2018
Last date for registration20th May 2019
Release of admit card23rd May to 1st June 2019
Date of exam2nd June 2019
Declaration of result17th June

LSAT Result 2019

The LSAC has been released the LSAT Result 2019 on 17th June 2019. The result can be check via online mode. LSAT score card has been used for admission in 2019 session only.

Candidates note down that result will not be provided through Email or post. Candidates are required to enter their login details to check the result.

LSAT Admission 2019

The admission process will be started after the declaration of the result. Candidates have to download the score card and apply to that respective college where they are seeking for admission.

There are a large number of colleges in India, which accepts LSAT score for providing admission.

Admission process will be different of various colleges. Candidates have to participate in the admission process organized by their respective college.

LSAT 2020

LSAT (Law School Admission Test) is organized every year by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). It is a national level law entrance test which is conducted to provide admission in various UG/PG and integrated law courses. Admission into the law courses will be provided in various law institutions situated in the country considering LSAT Scores. The entrance exam will be conducted in the fourth week of May 2020.

LSAT Admit Card 2019

Registered candidates can download their admit card through online mode. It is available from 23rd May to 1st June 2019.

LSAT admit card will contain details like exam date, time, test centre name & address, candidates details & exam instructions.

Candidates have to bring one original ID proof on the exam day. Candidates may carry any one IDs from the Driving License, Passport, PAN card, Voter ID, Aadhaar Card, etc.

LSAT Exam Pattern

Here candidates can check the detailed exam pattern of LSAT India exam:

  • Mode of Exam: The exam will be conducted through pen and paper based (offline mode).
  • Duration of Exam: The exam duration will 2 hours 20 minutes. 35 minutes will be given for each section.
  • Sections: The question paper will comprises of four sections, i.e. Analytical Reasoning, 1st Logical Reasoning, 2nd Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension.
  • Type of Questions: The question will be of a Multiple Choice Question some with four answer choices and others with five options.
  • Number of Question: There will be 92 – 100 questions will be asked in the exam.
  • Marking Scheme: 1 mark will be awarded for each correct response.
  • Negative Marking: There is no negative marking in LSAT exam.
SectionTimingNumber of Question
Analytical Reasoning35 MinutesAround 24
1st Logical Reasoning35 MinutesAround 24
2nd Logical Reasoning35 MinutesAround 24
Reading Comprehension35 MinutesAround 24
Total2 Hrs & 20 Minutes92 – 100 questions

LSAT Syllabus 2019

The syllabus will comprises of one analytical Reasoning section, one reading Comprehension section and two logical reasoning sections. The detailed LSAT syllabus is mentioned below:

Analytical Reasoning:

It will measure the ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions about that structure. Candidates will be asked to reason deductively from a set of rules & statements or that describes relationships among persons, events, etc.

Logical Reasoning:

This section checks the ability to analyze, complete arguments and critically evaluate. Test taker has to read and comprehend a short passage, then answer a question about it.

Reading Comprehension:

This section will contain four sets of reading questions. Each section will consist of a selection of reading material, followed by four to nine questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.

Test Centers:

  • North: Chandigarh, Delhi(NCR), Jaipur, Lucknow, Dehradun
  • South: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi
  • West: Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Mumbai, Nagpur, Indore
  • East: Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Raipur, Ranchi, Guwahati, Patna

How to Prepare for the LSAT

Below we are providing some best LSAT preparation tips to score well in the exam:

  • Candidates must prepare for the exam as per the prescribed syllabus.
  • Make yourself familiar with the exam pattern, type of questions, exam timing, etc.
  • Basically, this exam will measure critical thinking skills, so concentrate in reasoning type questions.
  • Take help from the reference books and also practice from the previous year question papers.
  • Maintain your health during the preparation time.

Click here to check official preparation test

LSAT Application Form 2019

Here we have mentioned details about application form filling procedure:

  • LSAT registration 2019 can be done through online mode only.
  • The application form is provided from 16th October 2018.
  • There is no offline mode provided to apply for the LSAT exam.
  • Firstly, candidates have to fill the enquiry form first.
  • After filling the enquiry form, a confirmation mail will be sent to the registered Email ID.
  • Candidates are required to upload the scanned image of the photograph.
  • Students must take printout of the LSAT 2019 application for further use.
  • There is no need to send the printed application to the authority.

Application Fee:

  • Candidates have to pay Rs. 3800/- as an application fee.
  • Fee payment can be done via online mode using debit/credit cards.
  • Payment through demand draft will not be accepted.
  • The application fee will be same for all categories.

Eligibility Criteria

There is no specific eligibility is mentioned to apply for LSAT India. Here we are providing the basic eligibility which is required to apply for law courses:

For Integrated Law Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Student should have qualified 12th board exam of 10+2 education system of CBSE or any other board.
  • Minimum Marks: The minimum marks required in the qualifying exam vary as per the colleges. The basic minimum marks will be 45% which is accepted by most of the colleges.

For UG Law Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Student must hold a bachelor degree in any stream from any recognized college or university.
  • Minimum Marks: Students must have secured 45% marks in the qualifying exam.

For PG Law Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: To apply for PG law courses, students should have passed UG or integrated law courses from any recognized college.
  • Minimum Marks: Students must have obtained 45% marks.

If you have any other queries about LSAT 2019, you may leave your queries below in the comment box.

Displaying 35 Comments
  1. Abhay Singh Yadav says:

    I cleared the exam but can’t afford op jindal. Can you please let me know which would be the second best alternative to it?

  2. sandeep says:

    Tell me this collage where is .

  3. Eeshwari says:

    Can we apply to law universities out of the country through this exam?

  4. Rajpal Rathore says:

    I am studying 12th right now.Am I eligible????

  5. Your Name...ribhu kumar says:

    Application fee for sc student

  6. Mohitha says:

    May I know the last date of application and I am house wife can I study through distance education

  7. Pooja singh says:

    After clearing lsat in which college we can go

  8. Rishi kumar says:

    I am graduate with political science(sesion2015_18).can I apply this form for LLB.please give me the information about those collages.please reply

  9. ABHIJEET BISWAS says:

    Please provide the list of the collages which comes under LSAT exam for 3 years LLB course.

    Thank You.

  10. Gadekasr p says:

    I am 12th pass last year &
    Now studying in FYBA can I eligible for lsat

  11. B M N B BHARTI says:

    Sir,Plz name the college which is under SLAT.

  12. Vani says:

    I’m house wife.is this test will be useful for distance education?

  13. Shaik.khaja mohinoddin says:

    Law cet exam.i reatch 37marks I elgiblity or no elgiblity

  14. Sadaf tasneem says:

    I’m studying in class 12 and I want to apply in lsat exam
    Can I apply for lsat exam

  15. Sadaf tasneem says:

    I’m in class 12 and will pass my examination in 2019
    Can I apply for lsat 2019 exam

  16. Sallo says:

    I m graduate from law nd passed barconuncil exam. Is ther complsory to pass this exam ??

  17. K.Shailaja says:

    Actually wat is LSAT, Iam a degree holder and completed my B.ED also. Shall i eligible or not give me full details. In future with LSAT is the use of it.

  18. Harshit says:

    What’s the difference between LSAT and clay exam?

  19. Only says:

    Is this Lsat r lawcet..plz give correct information

  20. jwalith says:

    presently I am now studying 11th class. can I apply for the LSAT 2019???

  21. zainab jahan says:

    can a person appear in LSAT exam for 3 year LLB course?

  22. betsy thomas says:

    Is there any age limit for writing this exam?

  23. Isha says:

    Is this exam applicable to all over India? Like in can a candidate prefer colleges in any state of India?,… Secondly, is there any quantitative section included?

  24. Ankush says:

    It says that we need a bachelors degree for undergraduate courses. So does that mean that I can’t give lsat after 12th?

  25. Gitanjali says:

    My frnd got 43% in 12th is she eligible for this exam?

  26. Megha says:

    Is there any refrence book for preprstion of LSAT exam

  27. Prashanth says:

    I would like to help me someone to following process

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