|Date of Examination||23 April 2017|
|Time of Examination||9:00 PM|
Eligibility Criteria for LSAT 2017:
The LSAT conducting authority has not specified any eligibility criteria as such.
The eligibility criteria for admission will be based on the university the candidate wishes to apply to but the candidate must fulfill the basic Eligibility Criteria before applying for LSAT.
No candidate will be allowed to write the LSAT Exam without satisfying the basic eligibility.
The basic eligibility criteria for LSAT 2017 are as follows:
To get admission in BA LLB program, the applicant must have cleared class XII exam with a minimum of 45 per cent aggregate marks to satisfy eligibility. The applicants who are appearing for class XII exam are also eligible to apply.
To get admission in LLB courses, the applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree from an institute that is UGC approved and must have a minimum of 45 per cent aggregate marks to satisfy eligibility. The applicants who are currently in the final year of Bachelor’s degree can also eligible.
To get admission in LLM courses, the applicant must have passed three years LLB or five years of BA LLB and must have 45 per cent aggregate marks.
|Starting date of registration||14 September 2016|
|Last date of registration||10 April 2017|
LSAT 2017 Syllabus:
LSAT 2017 Syllabus for Analytical Reasoning:
These LSAT questions are based on the student’s ability to understand the structure of relationships and to arrive at logical conclusions about these structures.
Your reasoning should be accompanied with provable set of rules and principles that explain the relationships among persons, things, or events.
The questions in this LSAT Test section are based on complex analysis that a law student is expected to perform during the course of legal problem solving.
LSAT 2017 Syllabus for Logical Reasoning:
The questions in this LSAT test section are designed to test your ability to analyse, evaluate, and complete arguments in most ordinary and understandable language (layman terms).
You will be required to attempt comprehension based passages where you are required to read the passage and answer the questions that follow.
These questions are designed to test the student's ability to think critically and in the legal context of affairs.
The skills required to score well with this section include drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying rules and principles and also identifying flaws in argument.
LSAT 2017 Syllabus for Reading Comprehension:
The questions in this LSAT Test section are designed to examine the student's ability to read, understand, and describe insight complex material identical to the ones asked in law school.
The Reading comprehension section comprises of four sets of reading passages.
The students are given reading material followed by four to nine questions that judge reading and reasoning abilities.
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Application Process for LSAT 2017:
Aspiring LSAT Applicants must register online by logging onto the official LSAT website and submit their basic details.
Applicants need to enter their personal, education and other details correctly as mentioned in the LSAT form and submit it, to complete the LSAT registration process.
The candidate is now successfully registered and will receive an LSAT India registration number.
Candidates will need to share this LSAT India registration number, while submitting the LSAT application forms to the associated colleges.
After obtaining the LSAT registration number the candidate is required to download the LSAT Application Form.
The applicant should send the downloaded LSAT form along with the DD either by courier or post on the LSAT address given below:
Applicants are advised to mention their full name and the LSAT India registration number on the back-side of the envelope.
Official LSAT Address:
6708, DLF Phase – IV
Gurgaon, Haryana – 122002
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