LSAT India Result 2020

Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 29 Nov, 2019 11:19 IST

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LSAT India 2020 Result

The LSAT India 2020 Result will be announced on May 29, 2020. The result will give a clear idea of the marks scored by the candidates in the entrance exam. It is with the help of the result that the candidates will know about their position in the next stage of the selection process. Once the results are declared, aspirants must check the LSAT India cut-off list

The LSAT India result is prepared on the basis of candidates' overall performance and it indicates their position against other candidates. The result consists of the candidate's percentile and qualifying status. It also has the name of the candidate, his/her roll number, rank, university's name, exam name and year of appearing. Candidates will be able to access their results by logging into their registered account with email ID and password.

Once the results are declared, candidates will be issued a scorecard, which will depict the marks of different sections along with the overall marks and percentile. The candidates must check all the details given on the result card issued by the test conducting authority. According to experts, it is important for the test takers to cross-check all the details mentioned on the result in order to avoid discrepancies or any kind of confusion.  

Candidates must note that the LSAT India 2020 Result is available in online mode only, and their result will not be sent via post or any other mode of communication. 

More than 50 law schools participate in LSAT India for admission to their LLB and LLM programmes. Candidates must remember that the LSAT India result 2020 will be valid for one year only and will be accepted by the law schools located in India.

LSAT India Result 2020 Important Dates



LSAT India 2020 Date of Examination

May 1, 2020

LSAT India 2020 Date of Result Declaration

May 29, 2020

Steps to Download LSAT India 2020 Result

  • Log into your registered account with email ID and password.

  • Once you click on the 'Submit' button, a new page will open with your LSAT India 2020 result.

  • Start downloading the result as displayed on the screen.

  • Take a printout of LSAT India 2020 result for future references.

LSAT India Score Card 2020

LSAT India exam scores will be announced on the percentile basis. This means that LSAT India 2020 exam result will be declared in such a way that the performance of each candidate can be compared to others within his/her candidate group (BA.LLB programme or LL.B./ LL.M. Programme). A candidate's score cannot be compared to other candidate groups because they are based on group performance. The score card is the replica of the candidates' performance in the examination. Without the result, no aspirant will get to know their stand in the cut-off list or in the next stage of the selection process.

While downloading the score card of LSAT India 2020, candidates must carefully check for all the details. Each mentioned detail signifies the importance of its own. No candidate shall be entertained further with a score card with the wrong information. Therefore, it is important for the aspirants to first know about all the details that must be present on the score card and then check for the same after the result has been declared. Any discrepancy noticed must immediately be informed to the concerned authority without any delay. Candidates can report the discrepancy through mail or by contacting the authority through the means defined in the official site. Given below are all the details that the LSAT India 2020 scored card must possess.  

  • Name of the Candidate

  • Candidate’s Date of Birth

  • Date of the Result Declaration

  • Date of Examination

  • LSAT India ID

  • Exam Centre Name and Address

  • LSAT India 2020 Sections Percentile

  • Total Marks

  • Section-Wise Percentage

Post LSAT India 2020 Result Declaration

The LSAT India 2020 is an examination that is conducted for the aspirants of Law. With the help of this examination, the candidates will be able to get admission in the top Law colleges in India. The entrance will easily pave a way for the aspirants and will also help the participating institutes in extracting the best set of candidates for the available law courses. The LSAT India 2020 has been scheduled to take place on 2nd June 2020 at the various centres defined by the exam conducting authority. After the commencement of the entrance examination, the result will be declared.

However, the date of result declaration has not yet been announced by Pearson VUE. It is expected to be released in the month of July 2020 with the overall score and percentile of different groups of candidates participating in the examination. After the release of the results, the cut-off list will be announced. It is important for the test takers to clear the cut-off list, as the ones marking a place in the list will be considered as eligible for the next stage of the admission process.

It is to note that the cut-offs for different participating colleges might turn out to be different. This can be due to the various determining factors that a particular institute might adopt for the selection of the right set of candidates. Once the cut-offs are declared, the admission process will start. Candidates are then advised to start applying for the colleges of their choice and follow the needful steps as defined by the respective institutions. The admission process will be considered as complete with the final admission and selection of the candidates.

LSAT 2020 Scoring Mechanism

The candidates of LSAT 2019 will get their LSAT result in the form of percentile. The percentile of the candidates is prepared by comparing the score of all the candidates with each other. This is not a process where the comparison one by one, it is done within groups or masses of the same stream. 

If a candidate of undergraduate law programme scores 82.5 and has performed better on the test than 82.5 per cent of the total undergraduate candidate group. This does not mean the applicant has scored 8.5 per cent questions correctly. 

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