LSAT—India 2021 result declared for May session exams; Download Here

The LSAT—India results for May session have been released in the form of scorecards, which can be downloaded till July 18, 2021. Results for the March 25 administered exam were declared on April 9.

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NEW DELHI: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has declared the LSAT—India 2021 result for the May session. The LSAT—India May 2021 exam was conducted from May 29 to June 5 on multiple slots, in online remote proctored mode. Candidates who appeared in the test may now check their LSAT—India scorecard online by logging into the admission portal.

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How to download LSAT—India scorecard 2021

  • Visit the official website LSAT—India 2021 -

  • Click on the “Download Scorecard” link

  • Login using your user name/email id and password

  • The scorecard will be displayed on the screen along with other details.

  • Download the scorecard for future reference

The LSAT—India result is released as a scaled score between 420 and 480, a score band, as well as a percentile rank.

Candidates can download the LSAT—India 2021 scorecards only till July 18. So, it is recommended that candidates download and take a printout of the scorecard as they apply for admission to the associated law schools.

The score of LSAT—India 2021 can be used for admission to several LSAC associated law schools in India. However, for admission to the associated law colleges, candidates must meet the eligibility criteria prescribed by the specific law school and apply separately by visiting its official admission portal. The LSAC will share the candidate’s score with the LSAT participating institutions.

This year, LSAT—India was held in two phases. The first phase was held on March 25; results for Phase I were declared on April 9. The second and final session was held from May 29-June 5. In phase II, more than 5,200 candidates appeared in the exam. Together with March administration, 7,602 students have taken LSAT—India 2021.

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