LSAT

Exam Date

2021-05-10

Application Date

2020-11-10 to 2021-04-20

Result Date

Exam Description

Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - India is an admission examination for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).

Important Dates for LSAT 2021:

Events

Date

Availability of LSAT India 2021 application form

10 November,2021

Last date to apply

20 April, 2021

Availability of an acceptance card

4th April Week 2021

LSAT India 2021 exam date

10 May, 2021

Results announcements

2nd Week of June, 2021

 

Courses offered through LSAT India

 

For admissions to the following courses, law entrance is carried out:

Courses offered at the accepting colleges  

BA LLB

BCom LLB

BBA LLB

BBA LLB (Hons.)

BA LLB (Hons.)

BCom LLB (Hons.)

BTech LLB

BSc LLB

LLB

LLM

 

Application Fee for LSAT 2021

 

Type of LSAT India 2021 application form 

Application fee

Total Fee (including 18% GST)

LSAT India Test Only Form

Rs 3800

Rs 4484 

India LSAT - Pack (only test-prep material by LSAC)

Rs 4700

Rs 5546

 

Eligibility Criteria for LSAT 2021

 

For appearing in the law entrance exam, LSAC has not mentioned any specific eligibility criteria however, candidates should fulfil the eligibility criteria for UG and PG law courses offered at the accepting law colleges as under

 

Course

Eligibility Criteria

Integrated LLB five-year course

Applicants passed in the 12th class or equivalent

Three-year LLB course

Applicants who hold a bachelor's degree from a recognised university/college in either stream

The Master of Law

Candidates with a law degree, i.e. A recognised university/college LLB degree

 

Syllabus for LSAT

 

Subjects         

Topics

Analytical Reasoning

The section is based on the structure of relationships with logical conclusions, relationships based on things, persons or events, statements and conclusions, and some legal statements and relationships based problems 

1 & 2 Logical Reasoning

The sections test the ability of candidates to interpret, objectively assess and complete claims by logical questions of reasoning based on passages (comprehension or legal).

Statements-conclusions, reasoning by analogy, deciding how additional proof impacts an argument, applying concepts or rules, and finding flaws in the argument would be the form of questions.

Reading Comprehension

The segment contains questions to measure the reading and interpretation abilities of candidates based on four sets of reading questions, each consisting of a collection of reading content, followed by four to nine questions evaluating the ability to read and reason.

 

Exam Pattern for LSAT

 

Features 

Details 

Exam mode

Remotely proctored online exam 

Exam duration 

Two hours and twenty minutes

Two hours and fifty-five minutes Two hours and twenty minutes (changed)

Test Language 

English only

Type of questions

Objective-type questions 

Sections 

Four sections based on three subjects

Total questions

92-100 MCQs

115 Questions 92 MCQs

Overall marks

420-480 band score and percentile on a scale of 120-180

 

Weightage for LSAT

 

Parts of a paper from LSAT India

Question per Chapter

Allotted time per segment

Analytical Reasoning

23

35 minutes

Logical Reasoning – 1

22

35 minutes

Logical Reasoning – 2

23

35 minutes

Reading Comprehension

24

35 minutes

Variable

23

35 minutes

Total

92 questions

2 hours 20 minutes

Marking Scheme 

  • The exact mark allotment per question is not available, however, it can be assumed that each question carries one mark to three marks. 
  • The total scores obtained by candidates will be added to each correctly answered question and will now be given on a scale of 420 - 480 as per the new LSAT India pattern.
  • There is, however, no negative marking for incorrect questions, i.e.no marks will be deducted if candidates have marked incorrect option on the OMR sheet.