LSAT 2022 in two cycles, exam online in Jan, May : LSAC

LSAC to administer LSAT 2022 in two cycles, exam online on Jan 15 and May 9. Registration for the test begins today on discover.law.in

LSAT 2022 in two cycles, exam online in Jan, May : LSAC LSAC to administer LSAT 2022 in two cycles; exam online in Jan, May
Tamanna Tamang | Oct 18, 2021 - 1:12 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) today announced that it will administer the Law School Admission Test, India 2022 in two cycles using the online proctored format. The format will allow law school aspirants to take the test safely, from the convenience of their own homes, informed the press release from LSAC.

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The first administration of the test will be conducted on January 15, 2022 and the second administration would be over a five-day period, starting May 9, 2022.

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The registration for the LSAT India 2022 opens today October 18, 2021, and students can register-for-the-test, LSAT—India 2022 by visiting discoverlaw.in.

LSAC’s vice president Yusuf Abdul-Kareem said, “two opportunities to appear for the LSAT—India will help aspirants maximize their law college admission process.” “The administration of LSAT—India test in January would help aspirants prepare for the exam in depth, as there would be no burden of other exams. With two opportunities to score well in the LSAT—India 2022, aspirants will be able to demonstrate their true ability to top colleges without worrying about other tests,” Abdul-Kareem added.

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The candidates will receive scheduling details and instruction after the closure of registration and can prepare for the test using the free and paid test material available on the Discover Law India website.

The LSAT—India is a standardized test designed to measure the preparedness of aspirants to take on the academic rigour of law college. LSAT—India tests the skills such as high-level reading, informal reasoning, and deductive reasoning. The score of LSAT—India is used by over 30 law colleges for their admission process.


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