LSAT India Exam Analysis 2019

Sakunth Kumar Updated On: 18 Sep, 2019 09:08 IST

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LSAT India 2019 Paper Analysis

LSAT India 2019 exam was conducted on June 02, 2019, at 24 exam centres across the country. The LSAT exam 2019 was conducted from 10:30 AM to 12:50 PM. The entrance exam was conducted in offline mode, i.e., pen and paper-based exam. The detailed analysis of LSAT 2019 exam will help the candidates to estimate his/her performance in the entrance exam, understand the difficulty level of the exam, read the opinions of LSAT takers across the country. The detailed analysis of LSAT 2019 exam can be checked below.

This year, LSAT India exam had 92 questions across four sections. The candidates had 35 minutes to answer all the questions in each section, and there wasn't an option to switch between the sections. The section wise division of questions in the LSAT 2019 exam is as follows -

Name of the Section Total Number of Questions Duration
Analytical Reasoning 23 35 Minutes
Logical Reasoning - I 23 35 Minutes
Logical Reasoning - II 22 35 Minutes
Reading Comprehension 24 35 Minutes
Total 92 140 Minutes

Student Response 1

One of the students who appeared for the LSAT India 2019 exam revealed that the national-level law entrance exam was easy compared to other law entrance exams this year. The Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning sections were easy. However, Reading Comprehension (English) turned out to be lengthy in the LSAT India exam 2019. According to her, the exam was not difficult this year.

Student Response 2

Another student explained that the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT India exam was lengthy and it consumed most of the time. Apart from this section, all other sections of LSAT were easy. However, LSAT India 2019 is harder than CLAT 2019, easier than AILET 2019.

Student Response 3

One of the students gave a mixed reaction to the question paper. According to him, LSAT India 2019 question paper was not only difficult but also lengthy. Analytical Reasoning turned out to be the toughest section for him.

Student Response 4

A Delhi-based LSAT India taker expressed that the paper was easy compared to CLAT 2019. The logical reasoning section of the exam was quite lengthy and 35-minute duration was not enough to answer all the questions. The Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT India exam was also time-consuming.

Overall Verdict

In all, the difficulty level of the LSAT India 2019 was moderate to difficult. Reading comprehension section consumed much time for students. Non-switching between sections option did not go well with many students. 

LSAT India 2018 Exam Analysis

LSAT India is a popular law entrance exam, which was conducted on May 20, 2018 across the country. The exam was carried out in offline mode in 20 cities. Within the duration of two hours and twenty minutes, candidates had to attempt around 92-100 questions. After qualifying in LSAT India, aspirants can apply for admission in over 80 law schools in the country. Watch out for the detailed LSAT India 2018 Exam Analysis on Sunday!

LSAT India 2017 Exam Analysis

LSAT India 2017 examination took place successfully in 22 test centres across the country on May 21, 2017. There were 92 questions in the LSAT India 2017 question paper, and the candidates were given 35 minutes time to attempt questions in each of the four sections. LSAT India 2017 had questions from Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Second Logical Reasoning and Analytical Reasoning. The examination authority had prepared 4-5 question paper sets this year.

The candidates who took the 2017 examination felt that the paper was of easy to moderate difficulty level. The candidates were able to attempt all the questions given in the question paper on time.

One of the students expressed that the difficulty level was moderate. Most of the questions from Logical Reasoning were of statement type. He was able to complete the examination 5-10 minutes prior to the allotted time. Another student expressed his satisfaction with the nature of questions. He was of the opinion that the difficulty level was moderate.

A student who appeared for both CLAT and AILET 2017 examination earlier felt that LSAT 2017 paper was easier in comparison. He indicated that AILET was the toughest law examination in 2017, followed by CLAT and then LSAT.

Another student who took CLAT 2017 examination earlier felt that LSAT 2017 question paper was tough. The entire paper was English and Logical Reasoning based, he said.

A student from Dehradun felt that English was the most difficult among all the sections in the examination. However, first and second logical reasoning sections were easy. There were also questions from numerical ability.

One of the students felt that the reading comprehension was difficult. However, compared to CLAT and AILET examination, LSAT was easy.

The opinion given by the students clearly indicates that LSAT 2017 was easy. Almost all the students were able to complete the examination on time.

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