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LSAT-India -

Law School Admission Test- LSAT (LSAT-India - 2016)

Pen & Paper | National Level Exam
Important Dates
Registration Date
Nov 01, 2015
Admit Card Date
May 08, 2016
Test Date
May 15, 2016
Result Date
Jun 15, 2016

LSAT-India 2016 - Exam Pattern

Exam Paper Type : Pen & Paper    |     Exam Duration : 2.5 Hr

Section Duration Marks # Questions
Analytical Reasoning 35 Minutes 24 24
Logical Reasoning- I 35 Minutes 24 24
Logical Reasoning-II 35 Minutes 24 24
Reading Comprehension 35 Minutes 24 24

The LSAT—India breaks critical thinking skills down into three main types: logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Since the first of these types is most predictive of success in law school, there are two sections of logical reasoning questions in the LSAT—India. There is also one section each of analytical reasoning and reading comprehension questions, which contribute to the predictive validity of the test.

  • Total Marks - 96
  • Total Questions - 96
  • Total Duration - 2 Hours 20 Minutes
  • Marking System - There is no negative marking or penalty for guessing. Only correct answers contribute to a candidate's score.

LSAT-India Syllabus

Chapters
  1. Critical Reasoning
Chapters
  1. Number series
  2. Letter Series
  3. Series Missing Numbers
  4. Odd one out
  5. Blood Relation
  6. Calender
  7. Clock
  8. Matrix
  9. Cubes
  10. Coding Decoding
  11. Direction and Distance test
  12. Ranking Tests
  13. Sitting Arrangement
  14. Linear Arrangements
  15. Matrix Arrangements
  16. Mathematical Puzzles
  17. Venn Diagram
Chapters
  1. Data Sufficiency (statement type)
Chapters
  1. Strong & Weak Arguments
  2. Statements Assumptions
  3. Statements and Conclusions
  4. Statements & Inferences
  5. Logical Sequence of Words
  6. Analogies
  7. Verbal Classification (Odd one out)
  8. Syllogism
  9. Logical Deduction (based on syllogism)
  10. Course of Action
  11. Causes and Effects