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LSAT India 2021 important dates will be published by Pearson VUE on behalf of LSAC (Law School Admission Council). LSAT is an international level law examination, while LSAT India is conducted for admission to law colleges in India. More than 85 law colleges in India accept the LSAT scores for admission to LLM, B.A. LLB, LLB programmes. It is crucial for LLB candidates to become familiar with the important dates of LSAT India 2021 (Law School Admission Test) before applying for the examination. LSAT India 2021 important dates will help the candidates in keeping a track of all the events of the entrance examination.
LSAT India 2021 Important Dates
Check out the LSAT India 2021 important dates below so that you are aware of all the important events.
|LSAT India 2020 Events||Dates|
|Application Process Start Date||November 2020|
|Application Process End Date||Second week of May 2021|
|Admit Card Issue Date||Third week of May 2021|
|LSAT India Exam Date||Fourth week of May 2021|
|Date of Result||Second week of June 2021|
The LSAT India 2021 important dates will be published soon and candidates can find the detailed admission schedule of LSAT India 2021 on this page. Many leading law colleges in India like O.P. Jindal Global University, NMIMS School of Law, Faculty of Law, ICFAI University, KLE Society’s Law College, and JECRC University accept LSAT India for admission of candidates to their law programmes.
About LSAT 2020 - The LSAT India 2020 exam was held through an online test delivery system with artificial intelligence-assisted remote proctoring. It made sure that the integrity and validity of the exam remained intact. This step was taken to ensure the safety and convenience of the student while making sure that the goal of pursuing legal education is achieved despite the spread of the coronavirus emergency.
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