LSAT, Law School Admission Test 2013

Law School Admission Test 2013 will be conducted by LSAC situated in USA, as an entrance exam for students for taking admission to law schools of Australia, America and Canada. The LSAT India is basically a standardized test for reading and verbal reasoning skills. In India, this test is administered in a paper and pencil format while at overseas locations; it is administered as computer-based testing (CBT) mode.

LSAT 2013 – Important Dates (Tentative)

· Last date for submitting the test registration: By third week of April, 2013

· Last date for registration along with late fees: By last week of April, 2013

· Date of the LSAT India examination: By third week of May 2013

· Date of Announcement of LSAT India results: By third week of June 2013

LSAT 2013 – Exam Pattern

LSAT 2013 comprises of Multiple Choice Objective type questions that includes four options for every question. The total time for the exam is 2 hours 35 Minutes (including break)

The questions in the exam cover the following topics.

· Logical Reasoning (70 Minutes)

· Analytical Reasoning (35 Minutes)

· Reading Comprehension (35 Minutes)

LSAT 2013 – Eligibility Criteria

Applicants who would like to apply for LSAT 2013 should fulfil the following eligibility criteria.

For LL.B

· Candidates should have scored at least 50% marks at graduation in order to apply for admission into Law Colleges

· Students who are appearing in their final graduation exam can also apply for LSAT 2013 provided they fulfil the eligibility criteria at the time of admission.

For 5 year BA LLB:

· Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination or equivalent with at least 50% marks in order to apply for admission into Law Colleges

· Students who are appearing in their qualifying examination can also apply for LSAT 2013 provided they fulfil the eligibility criteria at the time of admission.

LSAT 2013 – How to apply

Online Application

Applicants are required to register online by logging to the official website at www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia. After completing the registration, candidates will receive an LSAT-India registration number that should be mentioned while submitting the application forms of the participating colleges. After receiving the LSAT—India registration number, the candidate should obtain the Application Form from the participating colleges and mention their LSAT—India registration number. The test Scores of all students who appeared in LSAT—India are transmitted to the participating colleges.

Applicants need to pay the registration fee for the LSAT-India by making online payment of Rs 3500 via credit card only or by sending a demand draft at the below mentioned address by post or courier.
Pearson VUE c/o Blueshift
21 Abdul Razack Street,
Saidapet Chennai – 600015
Tamil Nadu, India
Phone: 044–42272727

LSAT 2013 – Participating Colleges

· 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

LSAT 2013 – How and where to get the results

Candidates can visit the official website of the university at www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia for viewing the results.