About LSAT India Test
LSAT—India is a standardized test adopted as an admissions criterion by multiple law colleges across India. LSAT—India measures skills that are considered essential for success in law school. LSAT—India is specially created for admissions to law schools in India by the Law School Admission Council, USA (LSAC). The LSAC has been helping law schools in several countries evaluate the critical-thinking skills of their applicants for more than 60 years.
Candidates have the benefit of taking a single test – the LSAT—India – to become eligible for the admissions process of multiple law colleges in India which recognize the LSAT—India scores. The LSAT—India test will be administered by Pearson VUE in India.
List of Colleges accepting the LSAT
The LSAT-India scores are accepted by currently 30 law schools in the country. Please click on this link to check the schools that accept the LSAT-India.
The LSAT India test is a paper-pencil multiple choice Test and has 4 modules of 35 minutes each.
- Logical reasoning – 2 sections
- Analytical Reasoning – 1 section
- Reading Comprehension – 1 section.
Total duration: 2 hours and 35 minutes including one break of 15 minutes.
LSAT Facts and FAQS
Who administers the LSAT in India?
The LSAT—India test will be administered by Pearson VUE in India.
How is LSAT – India different from LSAT®?
The LSAT—India is an admissions test customized for Indian law schools - brought by The Law School Admissions Council, USA and Pearson VUE. The LSAT—India includes the same question types as the LSAT, but it is shorter and scores are reported on a different scale. The LSAT—India does not include a writing sample, while the LSAT does. LSAT scores are used for admission to many law schools in the US, Canada and Australia, while LSAT—India scores are used only within India.
Is LSAT- India accepted by colleges abroad?
No, the LSAT—India is designed for use by law schools in India and scores cannot be reported to law schools in other countries.
How long are LSAT – India scores valid?
The scores are valid for that particular year only.