Delhi: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) will administer LSAT—India, a single test for admission to multiple law colleges and universities in India, in multiple slots from 19-22 July. Any student, irrespective of whether they are from commerce, humanities, or science background, can take the LSAT-India, a test of high-level reading, informal reasoning, and deductive reasoning skills, and must register by 11:59 pm on 5 July, at https://www.discoverlaw.in/.
The AI-enabled, remotely proctored online LSAT—India is the first standardised common law entrance test to be delivered from the convenience of home, which prioritises the health and safety of law aspirants. Registered test takers can also access a mock test online between 4 to 15 July to familiarize themselves with the navigation of the first online LSAT—India test.
LSAC is planning a series of communications to registered test takers leading up to the test. Test takers will be able to make sure their hardware and internet connection are ready for the test, get information about their assigned test slot, learn what IDs are required on the day of the test, and obtain other useful information. Candidates who have hardware issues or test slot conflicts can contact LSAC via email, at email@example.com, for assistance.
Candidates interested in the test can subscribe to LSAT—India’s official Telegram channel at https://t.me/lsatindia to access test prep material, test question explanations, tips on preparation and other exam-related details to prepare for the exam.
LSAT—India is one of the leading entrance tests for undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes in India. Visit DiscoverLaw.in for a complete list of law schools that accept LSAT—India scores as one of their key admissions criteria, and for the official test prep material and tips.