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Exam Structure: The LSAT consists of five 35-minute multiple-choice sections. The scores counted for four sections and one experimental section is repeat of other sections does not count towards scores. The students are required to answer the questions: Reading Comprehension (one section), Analytical Reasoning (one section), and Logical Reasoning (two sections). Reading Comprehension: Contains four passages of about 400 to 600 words with 5 to 8 questions per passage for a total about 26 to 28 question. The passages are from the field of science, philosophy, economy, history, law etc., but the questions are required to be answered from actual passages given only and not from any specific knowledge of a subject Analytical Reasoning: This section appears to be most difficult but can be prepared by the students. In this section four sets of conditions, statements, or rules are given. Each set is followed by 4 to 7 questions for a total of 22 to 24 questions. Logical Reasoning: Comprises of two sections includes short passages, statements, arguments, or discussion, followed by 1 or 2 questions. Each section contains between 24 to 26 questions. The students with good reading and reasoning skills score good marks. These sections total form 96 to 104 questions. About 60 percent correct answer is necessary to obtain an average score. • After the multiple-choice sections a 30-minute unscored essay is required to be written. A copy of this essay is sent to law school to which the student is seeking admission and is used as a tie-breaker between two applicants, as a measure for admittance in the school. Objective portion test ranges from 120 to 180 and the writing sample4s are sent to law schools of choice for evaluation. No minus marking for wrong answer and unanswered questions. Disable candidates with proof are eligible to have special relaxation.

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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 LSAT—India will be administered across 17 Pearson VUE test centre locations in India and at select overseas Pearson VUE test centre locations. This test normally conducted in month of May every year. The test will be administered in a paper and pencil format in India and at overseas locations. The LSAT—India is a paper-and-pencil test with four sections. Two of the sections contain logical reasoning questions; one section contains analytical reasoning questions; and one section contains reading comprehension questions. The amount of time allotted for each section is 35 minutes. There is one 15-minute break between section 2 and section 3. All questions are in a multiple-choice format, some with four answer choices and others with five. Answers are collected on a scannable answer sheet. The total duration of the test is 2 hours and 35 minutes including a break of 15 minutes. Law Schools Accepting LSAT in India Jindal Global Law School, Jindal Global University, Sonipat (Haryana) Law College Dehradun, Dehradun MATS Law School, MATS University, Raipur The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun

Structure of the LSAT® LSAT®
What is LSAT? LSAC administers the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) four times a year at designated centers throughout the world. It is required for admission to all ABA– approved law schools, most Canadian law schools, and many other law schools. Many law schools require that the LSAT be taken by December for admission the following fall. However, taking the test earlier—in June or September—is often advised. The LSAT® split into three sections (4 Hours Test) Logical Reasoning I Question Type Argument-based multiple-choice Logical Reasoning II Question Type Argument-based multiple-choice Analytical Reasoning Question Type Multiple-choice based on Logic Games passages Reading Comprehension Question Type Passage-based multiple-choice Experimental Question Type Another Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, or Reading Comprehension section Writing Sample Question Type Essay writing

Number of Questions 24-26 Time Allotted: 35 minutes Number of Questions 24-26 Time Allotted: 35 minutes Number of Questions 23-24 Time Allotted: 35 minutes Number of Questions 26-28 Time Allotted: 35 minutes Number of Questions 24-28 Time Allotted: 35 minutes Number of Questions 1 essay Time Allotted: 35 minutes

Scoring The overall scaled score is a number from 120 to 180, and no subscores are given. Along with your scaled score, a band of scores is also provided - a range of scores above and below your score. It is highly likely that your "true score" falls somewhere in this range. You will also receive an overall percentile ranking. Credential Assembly Service (CAS): Nearly all ABA-approved law schools and many other schools require the use of LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS) for JD applicants. LSAC collects the US and Canadian academic records of law school applicants and summarizes the undergraduate work according to a standard 4.0 system to simplify the admission process. JD applicants who have studied for more than one academic year outside the US or Canada can use the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) for transcript authentication and evaluation if required by the law schools to which they are applying.

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