LSAT India 2021 registration open; Check application process, fees and other details
NEW DELHI: The Law School Admission Council has commenced Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - India registration for the academic year 2021-22. The application form can be submitted online at discoverlaw.in. The last date to register for LSAT India 2021 is April 20. Meanwhile, the admission test will be conducted on May 21 in remote proctored mode.
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How to fill LSAT India application form 2021?
Candidates willing to attend LSAT India exam may apply through the candidate portal provided by the conducting body. The application process can be completed by following the steps mentioned below.
Visit the official website of LSAT India - discoverlaw.in.
Click on “Register for India” link
Create your account by enting the details such as name, email ID, programme etc.
Verify your account using the email ID.
Complete your profile by entering all the relevant details. Upload passport size photo as per the instructions.
Submit the details and click on “Apply Now” button.
Fill the application form by updating all the required details and select the programme you want to apply for.
Complete the application process and pay the application fee.
LSAT India application fee
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About LSAT India 2021
Pearson VUE conducts LSAT India on behalf of USA based LSAC. LSAT India is the Indian version of the Law School Admission Test which is conducted prominently in USA, Canada and many other countries. The LSAT India scores are accepted by the member institutions of the LSAC Global Law Alliance in addition to some other law colleges. The test will be conducted in online remote proctored mode due to COVID-19. Questions in the test are asked from five sections - Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning (1), Logical Reasoning (2) and Reading Comprehension. The LSAT India score will be valid for 5-years.
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