Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 20 Aug, 2018 16:57 IST
04 Oct, 2017
To know more about the LSAT India 2018 examination, candidates should go through the LSAT India syllabus given below in detail and prepare accordingly.
Analytical Reasoning Section:
In this section, the question will be asked in the rules or principles that describe relationships b/w things, events, person and set of statements. These questions measure the ability to understand the structure of relationships, and logical conclusions are drawn about that structure. The questions of analytical reasoning illustrate complex types of analysis that a law candidate works during a legal problem-solving.
Reading Comprehension Section:
In this section, the ability to read questions, with understanding and insight, are generally prepared for examples of complex and lengthy materials, which usually comes to law schools. There are four sets of Comprehension section, each has a selection of reading material, then there are four to nine questions which can be from reasoning and reading.
Logical Reasoning Section:
In this section, questions will be asked from the general language. These questions assess the critically evaluate, complete arguments and the ability to analyze. For each logical reasoning question, the candidates need to read and understand a short passage, then answer a question about it. These skills including :