LSAT India Exam Pattern 2019

Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 22 Oct, 2018 15:39 IST

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LSAT India 2019 Exam Pattern

The LSAT India 2019 is a standardised examination of Verbal Reasoning and Reading Skills prepared by the LSAC for candidates seeking admission in law schools/institute/colleges of India. LSAT India has been introduced after the world famous LSAT. Testing professionals with advanced degrees in English, linguistics, psychometrics, and logic have developed the test. LSAT India Exam Pattern strictly adheres to the recommended specifications, which are basically the same every year. Each paper question has been subjected to several levels of review and pretesting, so the candidates can be ensured that there is only one correct answer to each question. LSAT India 2019 will be conducted in offline (Pen & Paper Based) mode.

The LSAT India 2019 has three sections: Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning. There is no negative marking in the LSAT India examination. Only right answers contribute to a candidate's score. Therefore, candidates should not leave any question unanswered and should guess the responses to questions for which they do not have the right answers.

LSAT India 2019 Exam Pattern

The LSAT India 2019 examination pattern is divided into three parts: one is Reading Comprehension, second is Analytical Reasoning section and Logical Reasoning section is further divided into 2 parts. All questions in LSAT India examinations are in MCQs format, some of which are four answer options and others with five answer options. The answers to these questions are collected on the scanned answer sheet.

Subjects

Total No. of Questions

Duration

Analytical Reasoning

24 questions approximately

35 min.

Reading Comprehension

24 questions approximately

35 min.

1st Logical Reasoning

24 questions approximately

35 min.

2nd Logical Reasoning

24 questions approximately

35 min.

Total

92-100 questions

2:20 min.

  • There will be no breaks given during the LSAT India Examination.
  • Examiner provides a 5-minute warning period time before calling for a section.
  • There is no negative marking for wrong or unanswered questions.
  • Each question has equal marks.

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