LSAC introduced the LSAT—India, a version of the LSAT specifically designed for law colleges in India. Over 35,000 law aspirants have taken the test, seeking admission to LL.B. and LL.M. programmes at some of the most prestigious law colleges in India.
The multiple-choice questions that make up the LSAT─India reflect a broad range of academic disciplines and are not intended to give any advantage to candidates from a particular academic background. ...The LSAT─India does not include questions requiring the mastery of any specific discipline or set of facts. For example, it does not test your knowledge of history, political theory, mathematics, or even general knowledge. Rather, it is a test of important critical thinking skills acquired over your educational lifetime. You only need to practice the critical thinking skills that it assessesRead more
Each correctly answered question will be added to total scores obtained by candidates and it will now be given on a scale of 420 - 480 as per the new pattern of LSAT India.
|#||Number of Subjects||Number of Questions||Time (minutes)|
|2||Logical Reasoning – 1||22||35|
|3||Logical Reasoning – 2||23||35|
You will be provided passages of about 450 words each. These passages will be derived from contemporary or historically significant fiction and non-fiction writing.
You will be provided passages of up to 450 words each. The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources, examination of legal information.
In this section, you will be expected to read passages of around 450 words each. The passages may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries.
In this section your following abilities shall be tested:
In this section your ability to apply various X standard mathematical operations on such information, including from areas such as ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.