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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT-India), a standardised law entrance test for admissions in  undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to multiple law colleges in India, launched its registration application for aspirants seeking admissions to law courses. More than 80 law schools accept LSAT-India scores as one of their admissions criteria. The exam is delivered by Pearson VUE in collaboration with the US-based Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). Law aspirants can prepare for the test using the multiple preparatory test material that are available free to download from the LSAT-India website.

Kellye Testy, recently appointed CEO and president of LSAC, said: “The LSAT-India is an important measure of whether law aspirants in India will succeed in law school. An increasing number of law schools in India are accepting the LSAT-India for admission, marking a major transformation in the education landscape and the acceptance of progressive qualifications. Enhanced academic qualifications are key for increasing employment opportunities within the legal domain in India.”

Divyalok Chetan Sharma, senior director (client development) at Pearson VUE, added: “The law profession in India has gone through a massive transformation in the last decade. Law aspirants do not all see themselves in conventional jobs such as courts but instead seek opportunities in corporations, agencies, administration, academia, media and law etc. The most important skill that law aspirants need to have is logical reasoning. LSAT—India tests logical and analytical reasoning skills along with reading comprehension.”

Important dates

The date of the test is May 20, 2018. The last date of accepting registrations for LSAT—India is May 4, 2018. Applicants can register themselves at www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia/.



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