LSAT - Law School Admission Test
The USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has designed a standardized test for testing the verbal and reasonal skills and these skills are used by the law schools of India to test the mentioned skills in candidates applying for LSAT, Law School Admission Test. The LSAT 2012 which is a paper and pencil test containing four sections will be conducted in 16 cities of India.
The registration fee of LSAT exam is 3500/- which can be paid online or through demand draft / Pay order / bankers cheque. The registration number obtained during this process has to be mentioned at the time of submission of filled in application form at the participating colleges. For the support and practice of the candidates applying for this entrance exam, free downloadable practice test is made available at www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia.
Eligibility Criteria for LSAT 2013:
The LSAT 2013 exam provides admission in law courses mentioned below and the eligibility for these courses is explained below.
Candidates with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks in 10+2 examination are eligible for Five Year B.A L.L.B (Hons) Programme.
45% marks in any Bachelor?s Degree are required for admission into the Three Year L.L.B programme.
For Two year LL.M Programme, candidates should have obtained a minimum of 45% marks in 3 year L.L.B or 5 year L.L.B programme.
With the LSAT exam, the students are tested for their abilities in the following three main areas.
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