LSAT Exam 2014 Application Form Result 2014-15 Entrance Date


LSAT acronym for The Law School Admission Test is a test which has its roots in LSAC ( Law School Admission Council) in  USA. For updates visit . This exam is primarily conducted to choose the eligible Law students who possess the skills which are supposed to have in any Law student. This exam is conducted in all over the world where the passes candidate can make practice anywhere in the world.

Key Dates of LSAT 2013

Registration Fee through Online: 12th Nov, 2012 to 28th Apr, 2013

Registration Fee through Demand Draft: 12th Nov, 2012 to 30th Apr, 2013

Availability of Admit Card: 8th May, 2013 to 17th May, 2013

Examination Date: 19th May, 2013

Result Date: 15th June, 2013

October 2013 LSAT Dates and Registration Deadlines for Published Test Centers

Entrance Test :   6th October, 2013

Registration Online, by Mail, or by Telephone :  6th September 2013 (Receipt deadline)

October 2013 LSAT Dates and Registration Deadlines for Non published Test Centers

Entrance Test : 6th October 2013

Registration : 9th August 2013 (Receipt deadline)

How to Apply for LSAT:

Log in to official website and register yourself, registration fee is Rs 3500/- which can be paid by either DD or Online or banker’s cheque.

With this registration number, candidate can obtain the Application Form which should be filled duly and submit to the participating colleges.

Once the fee is deposited, it will not be refunded.

Syllabus of LSAT:

Analytical Reasoning

Reading Comprehension
Logical Reasoning
Syllogisms,inference,conclusions ,understanding of complex relations and deducing the facts our of number of statementsis the main of this section.
Long comprehension of any topic assess the ability to insight knowledge on particular issue within the set time.
This section mainly checks the ability to assess , analyse and make evaluations of particular type of statements which involves analogy, arguments and cause and relationship types questions.

LSAT Exam Eligibility Criteria:

5 years B.A LLB with min. 45% marks.

3years LLB+Graduation in any stream with min. 45%marks.

2years LLM+3years LLB or 5years BA.LLB with min.45% marks.

Examination Pattern of LSAT

Paper Name
Reading Comprehension
Analytical Reasoning
Logical Reasoning
No. of Sections

There are altogether four sections of LSAT exam where L.R section counts 2 with single section of R.C and A.R.
The question paper will contain Multiple Choice Questions.
Each section will take a time limit of 35 minutes.
No negative marking.

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