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Law School Admission Test

About Examination

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India is an entrance exam conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. The test is conducted to select law aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level courses offered at more than 85 law colleges in India.


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Exam Dates (Dates may change due to COVID-19)

The online application window for Indian students is open. Candidates who want to appear for LSAT exam can apply on the official website.


LSAT India 2020 Dates

Deadline to register for LSAT India 2020

July 10, 2020 (Available)

Admit Card Release

Released on Official Website

Exam date

July 19, 2020 onwards& July 26, 2020

Declaration of Result

To be notified


Admit Card




Category Details

Mode of Payment

Application Fee

Payment Options

General/ OBC/ SC/ ST/ PwD/ Female


Rs. 3800/-

Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking


Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who are interested to pursue Law as their professional degree are required to fulfill the eligibility criteria in order to take admission.

The eligibility criteria for LSAT India 2020 is given below:

Note: candidate are advised to check the detailed eligibility criteria for LSAT India from the official website.


Exam Pattern

The exam pattern clarify the duration of the exam, number of questions, sections that will come in the exam etc. This is why, it is beneficial to check the exam pattern before the exam as this allows the candidates to plan out a strategy for scoring well in the exam.

Candidates can check the exam pattern for LSAT India 2020 given below:


No. of Questions

Reading Comprehension


1st Logical Reasoning


2nd Logical Reasoning


Analytical Reasoning




The syllabus will comprise of one Analytical Reasoning section, one Reading Comprehension section and Two Logical Reasoning sections.

The syllabus for LSAT is given below:

  1. It will test the candidate ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions about that structure.
  2. Candidates will be asked to reason deductively from a set of rules & statements or that describes relationships among persons, events, etc.
  3. Important topics covered in this section are:
    • Arrangements
    • Comparisons
    • Selections
    • Family Based Problems
    • Intersection Type
    • Logical Deductions
    • Directions
    • Coding & Decoding


  1. In this section, there are four sets of reading questions.
  2. Every section will consist of a selection of reading material, followed by four to nine questions that measure reading and reasoning abilities.
  3. Important topics covered in this section are:
    • Law
    • Sociology
    • Philosophy
    • Technology
    • Economics
    • Business


  1. This section tests the candidate ability to analyse, complete arguments and critically judge.
  2. Candidate has to read and comprehend a short passage, then answer a question about it.
  3. Important topics covered in this section are:
    • Number and Letter Series                                    
    • Calendars & Clocks
    • Cubes
    • Venn Diagrams & Binary Logic
    • Seating Arrangement
    • Logical Sequence & Connectives
    • Logical Matching
    • Syllogism & Blood Relations

Note: Candidate are advised to check the detailed syllabus for LSAT India from the official website.


India Test Centres


Application Form Procedure

India Official Website: Check Here