The syllabus for LSAT india is:
1. Analytical Reasoning- Logical Conclusions, Relationship based on things, people, events,statements and conclusions, Legal problem solving questions.
2. Logical Reasoning- Critical Thinking, legal Reasoning, Short passage, Argument flaws and reasoning by analogy.
3. Reading Comprehension- reading passages.
For more details about the exam please visit:
For sample papers of LSAT india please visit:
There are many factors that determine the cutoff in LSAT i.e Number of seats, number of candidates and number of candidates who are qualified and many more which makes it c=vary every yearr.
For further details about the cutoff in LSAT, please visit:
Hope this helps!