Law School Admission Testis also known as LSAT is conducted worldwide everywhere by the law School Admission Council (LSAC), USA. It is conducted only once in the year in India. LSAT India 2018is a law entrance exam conducted offline (paper-pencil based).Through this exam, the student can get the opportunity to get admission in various law courses such as five-year integrated undergraduate and two-year postgraduate law programmes in over85 law schools in India. Before we go deep with the information, let us first have a look at the Major Features of the Law School Admission Test 2018 Admission Notification.
Conducting Body Law School Admission Test 2018Name of the Exam LSAT 2018 Admission test online Application Starts From 4th October 2017Last Date to Apply 4th May 2018 How to apply offline date OF Exam 20th May 2018 Declaration of Final Result (Online)8th June 2018 Counselling End of June/July 2018. The aspirant can check details about LSAT 2018 including the exam pattern, selection procedure and preparation tips below.
Here is the updated Exam Pattern for the LSAT India entrance exam 2018.
Pattern of Exams:
First Logical Reasoning
Second Logical Reasonin
Total 96-100 questions- 2 hours and 20 minutes
Exam Dates:20th May 2018.
Mode of Exam:
Offline mode (pen, paper mode).
Sections:4 sections of the question paper.
Duration of Exam:2 hours 20 minutes (For each section, 25 minutes will be given).
Type of Questions:Multiple Choice Question.
Marking Scheme:1 mark will be awarded for each correct response.
Negative Marking:There is no negative marking.
LSAT India 2018 Result
Law School Admission Test 2018 Result will be declared on 24th May 2018.The result will release online on the website. Students can Check their results by entering their roll number and other required details are given below. Aspirants need to follow the below given important Steps for LSAT 2018.
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The LSAT India is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA-based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India. The LSATIndiaTMis patterned after the world-renowned LSAT. It is developed by testing professionals with advanced degrees in psychometrics, English, linguistics, and logic. It is not created by ad hoc committees of faculty. The LSATIndiaTMpattern rigorously follows prescribed specifications that are essentially the same every year. Each test question has been subjected to multiple levels of review and to a system of pretesting, so candidates can be assured thatevery question has one and only one correct answer.
The LSATIndiaTMis meant to help anyone with good critical thinking skills. So, there are no questions designed to assess prior legal knowledge, no questions requiring mathematical knowledge and no questions on current affairs or grammar. The LSATIndiaTMbreaks critical thinking skills down into three main types: logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Since the first of these types is most predictive of success in law school, there are two sections of logical reasoning questions in the LSATIndiaTM. There is also one section each of analytical reasoning and reading comprehension questions, which contribute to the predictive validity of the test.
There is no negative marking or penalty for guessing. Only correct answers contribute to a candidate's score. Therefore, candidates shouldleave no questionunanswered and guess on those questions they cannot carefully consider.