LSAT-India -

Law School Admission Test- LSAT (LSAT-India - 2017)

Pen & Paper | National Level Exam
Application Fee - General / SC / ST - Rs.3800
Important Dates
Registration Date
Sep 14, 2016
Admit Card Date
Apr 08, 2017
Test Date
May 21, 2017
Result Date
Jun 20, 2017

LSAT-India 2017 - Counselling Updates

Selection Process and Counselling Process after LSAT
Selection Process and Counselling Process after LSAT
February 27, 2017 05:16 PM

LSAT or Law School Admission Test is the entrance exam that can opens your gates to some of the top law colleges in India.

Selection Process:

  • Candidate must clear the eligibility criteria for LSAT in order to be considered for selection through the written exam score.
  • Most of the law schools also require the candidates to have a good academic record for their undergraduate programmes.
  • Individual colleges may have different selection criteria. Please check the eligibility and selection criteria before applying for colleges.
  • LSAT Score of a candidate is the predominant factor in the selection criteria. In order to secure admission in a law school candidates must score within the scale fixed by the respective law school.

Counselling Process:

  • Scores of students appearing for LSAT will be send by Person VUE on behalf of LSAC.
  • Admission to the law schools participating in LSAT-India will be done on the basis of their own respective admission procedure.
  • Candidates may also get a list of colleges where they can participate for the counselling process after the LSAT Result is announced.
  • Each and every law school will have its own counselling procedure for LSAT admissions

LSAT-India Counselling FAQ

1) Can a candidate use the LSAT—India score to apply to law colleges outside India?

No, the LSAT—India is designed for use by law colleges in India and scores cannot be reported to law colleges/schools in countries other than India.

2) How do colleges use LSAT—India scores?

Law Colleges follow their respective admissions criteria for selecting candidates. LSAT—India scores are used by these colleges as per their defined admissions process.

3) How long should I keep records?

Because some state bar associations inquire about the law school admission records of those seeking admission to the bar, you should keep and maintain complete copies of all law school application records throughout the admission cycle and your law school career.