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How to Prepare for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning

Samiksha Rautela
Samiksha RautelaPublished On: April 15, 2021 | LSAT-India

Are you preparing for LSAT India 2021 exam? Get your hands on exclusive expert tips to prepare for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning. Also, find out the important topics to prepare for the exam.

How to Prepare for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning

The Analytical Reasoning section of LSAT India mostly consists of questions based on charts, graphs, and data. Candidates need to have an analytical and critical approach while solving these kinds of questions. A total of 23 problems are asked in LSAT from Analytical Reasoning. Since LSAT has a sectional time limit, applicants have to wind up all the questions before 35 minutes run out.

The analytical reasoning in LSAT India covers 25% of the exam syllabus. The aspirants are required to be well aware of the exam pattern, best books and preparation tips in order to ace this section. Read on to find out How to Prepare for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning. Also, get your hands on the preparation guide for the exam.

LSAT India Analytical Reasoning Highlights 2021

Check out the highlights of the analytical reasoning section of LSAT India 2021 below:

Section Name

Analytical Reasoning

Sectional Duration

35 Minutes

Total Questions

23 Questions

Negative Marking

No

Type of Questions

Objective type Questions

Exam Language

English only

Exam Mode

Online Mode

LSAT India Analytical Reasoning Important Topics 2021

Provided underneath are some important topics of the LSAT India Analytical Reasoning section that one needs to cover before appearing for the exam.

Arrangements

Directions

Intersection Type

Comparisons

Family-Based Problems

Selections

Coding & Decoding

Logical Deductions

Data Analysis 

Data Interpretation

Also Read: How to Prepare for LSAT India Logical Reasoning?

Top 5 Books for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning Section

Picking up an apt book makes the preparation process of LSAT India a little easier. Check out the important books for the Analytical Reasoning Section of LSAT India below:

  1. Exam Krackers LSAT Analytical Reasoning by David Lynch (Author)

  2. Shortcuts in Reasoning (Verbal, Non-Verbal & Analytical) by Disha Experts

  3. GROUPED by Game Type: LSAT Analytical Reasoning: The Complete Collection of Actual, Official Logic Games by Traciela Inc.

  4. Analytical Reasoning by M K Pandey

  5. Tricky Approach to Competitive Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal Logical Reasoning & Analytical Ability by Pratiyogita Kiran

LSAT India Analytical Reasoning Preparation Tips

Provided below are the best preparation tips to prepare and score well in the LSAT India Analytical Reasoning section.

Tip 1: Create a Study Plan

Before starting with the preparation of LSAT India Analytical Reasoning, prepare a study plan. Find out your weak and strong areas and allot time accordingly. Also, check the entire syllabus of Analytical Reasoning and do not leave any topic unattended. Chalk out a study plan with a definite time allotted to each topic and leave the last few days for exam revision.

Tip 2: Practice, Practice & Practice

Practice is the key to score well in Analytical Reasoning. Candidates need to keep going through the concepts and practising the questions every day. Being consistent with the study is very crucial to get a good LSAT India score. Keep evaluating your preparation level and work on turning your weak areas into your strengths.

Tip 3: Solve Last Year’s Question Papers

Solving last year’s question papers can do the trick! Try solving as many previous year’s questions as possible. It helps in understanding the pattern and the type of questions that one can expect in the exam.

Tip 4: Focus on Quality Rather than Quantity

Instead of burying your nose in a stack of books, try focusing on the quality of your preparation. Make sure that you are thorough with every concept and do not leave any topic undiscovered. Dig deep into each topic and solve the ample number of questions. Understanding the essence of the topic and practising the questions alone can help in getting a high score in LSAT India.

Tip 5: Take Mock Tests

Taking mock tests is the best way to understand the value of time and build the exam stamina. Since each section has a time boundation, a mock test will help in finding out the ideal speed one should maintain while sitting for the exam. Appear for mock tests and analyse your performance. Create a new strategy or study plan, if needed.

Tip 6: Work on Increasing Speed

Due to the sectional time limit in LSAT India, speed and accuracy are crucial elements to work on. Make sure to solve maximum questions and cross-verify your answers. Find out how much time each question demands and increase your question reading and response speed in order to wind up the exam on time. Try leaving difficult questions for the last and finish up all the easy questions first.

Tip 7: Skip Assumptions & Stick to Facts

Read the question carefully and instead of assuming facts, try to reach a conclusion by sticking to whatever information and facts are available in the question. The analytical reasoning section of LSAT India is not designed to test your knowledge. The objective of the exam is to check your analytical capabilities and your potential to deduce the answer from the available information. 

Tip 8: Pay Attention to Each Word

Each word in the question might have a clue or hint to the answer. Read the question carefully and understand each sentence clearly. Highlight the key facts or information and connect them together to reach the correct answer.

Tip 9: Find Out the Shortcuts

The analytical reasoning questions often have a lot of shortcuts and formulas. Try finding them out and practice them. It will save a lot of time that candidates can utilise to solve the difficult questions in the end.

Tip 10: Stay Away from Distractions

Make sure to stay away from social media, mobile phones etc. while studying for analytical reasoning of LSAT India. Since this section demands the full attention of an aspirant, make sure to study without any distractions. It will help in understanding the concepts and performing better in the exam.

Also Read: LSAT India Vs LSAT Abroad - What is the difference between them?

Preparation Guide for LSAT India

Check out more about the preparation of LSAT India by clicking on the following links:

Important Topics for the LSAT-India Preparation

LSAT India Best Coaching Institutes 2021

Sample Papers for LSAT India 2021

Previous Year Question Papers for LSAT India 2021

Exam Day Guidelines for LSAT India 2021

What is a Good Overall & Section Wise Score in LSAT India 2021?

This was all about the preparation of the LSAT India Analytical Reasoning section. To take admission in any desired college accepting LSAT India score, just fill-up the Common Application Form or dial the toll-free number 1800-572-9877. Our admission counsellors would be glad to help you out with the same.

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FAQs

Does solving sample papers help in preparing for Analytical Reasoning of LSAT India?

Yes, solving sample papers and last year’s question papers enhance the speed and accuracy of the candidates which help in preparing well for the LSAT India exam.

Is there any negative marking for wrongly attempted questions in Analytical Reasoning section of LSAT India?

No marks are reduced for wrong answers in Analytical Reasoning section of LSAT India.

In which mode is LSAT India held?

LSAT India is held in CBT or Computer-based mode only.

What are some important topics that are asked in the LSAT India Analytical Reasoning Section?

Some important topics for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning section are Arrangements, Comparisons, Family-Based Problems, Logical Deductions, Data Analysis, Data Interpretation etc.

How many questions are asked in the Analytical Reasoning section of LSAT India?

A total of 23 questions are asked in the Analytical Reasoning section of LSAT India exam.

Is there any sectional time limit for LSAT India Analytical Reasoning?

Yes, candidates are provided with 35 minutes to solve all the questions of the Analytical Reasoning section in LSAT India exam.

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