LSAT India 2023 registrations open at lsatindia.in. Candidates will be able to schedule tests from April 17 to May 29. Exam from June 8 to 11.
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Vagisha Kaushik | March 23, 2023 | 01:06 PM IST
NEW DELHI: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has opened the registration for Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India June 2023 exam. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for LSAT India 2023 June session online on the official website - lsatindia.in. The last date to apply for LSAT India June session for admission to law programmes in 12 law schools is May 26, 2023.
The LSAT India 2023 June session will be held on multiple days and slots, from June 08 to June 11, 2023. Candidates will be able to schedule tests from April 17 to May 29.
12 law schools accepting LSAT India scores are:
Following the successful January 2023 registration, professor Anand Prakash Mishra, director of law admissions at OP Jindal Global University and associate dean of Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) said, “100% seats in our 5-year BCom LLB, BA LLB, and BBA LLB Honours programs are filled only based on LSAT—India™ scores. Also, over 400 scholarships to study at Jindal Global Law School ranging from 10% to 75% tuition fee are awarded based on LSAT—India™ scores if parental income is within prescribed limits.LSAT—India™ June 2023 is a must for every law aspirant in India, whether you aim for 5-year law, 3-year LLB or one-year LLM programmes.
“Over 500 students are already admitted to JGLS as per LSAT—India™ January 2023 results,” Mishra continues. “It is high time for students to register for the June 2023 exam and take it with full preparation if they wish to join JGLS. I would like to add from an academic standpoint that no law entrance test in our country matches the scientific approach, originality, and high standards of this test. All students, irrespective of which law school they aspire to join, must take the LSAT—India™ to assess their logic and reasoning skills and their suitability to study law."
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