LSAT-INDIA – (Law School Admission Test)

  LSAT India is an entrance exam conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the law colleges in India. The colleges accept LSAT India scores to shortlist candidates for final admissions. LSAC will share the result of all qualifying candidates with all the participating colleges. The colleges will then prepare their individual LSAT India merit lists to shortlist candidates for counselling and the seat allotment process. 


 Bachelor of Law (3 years) in first-class from a recognized university along with a Bachelor's degree (not less than 3 years) in Humanities/ Science/ Commerce or Equivalent. Candidates who cleared the 12th examination with a minimum of 45% marks and their age must be below 22 years are eligible for admission.


Important Topics in LSAT—India 2024 Analytical Reasoning

The questions in the LSAT—India syllabus for analytical reasoning are related to the following

  Understanding the relationships between different components in the question to arrive at a complete solution to the problem

   Working with if-then statements and forming cause-effect relationships

   Drawing accurate inferences from a given set of statements or facts

   Identifying similar statements which can be substituted for each other leading to the same outcome

Logical Reasoning

  The logical reasoning section in the syllabus of LSAT—India 2024 tests the candidates’ ability to apply basic reasoning to analyse, evaluate, support or refute arguments. Given below are important points about the logical reasoning section

  The questions are based on statements/passages that are drawn from newspaper articles or magazines.

  Candidates are required to determine what facts are relevant to the problem and what impact will a change in the nature of facts have on the problem or issue.

  The questions are similar to legal reasoning but often they do not contain law as a subject matter

  Candidates do not need legal knowledge for this section. They are asked to understand the logic contained in the argument

   Candidates must understand terms such as assumptions, premise, argument and conclusion.

Logical Reasoning

The questions in the LSAT syllabus for logical reasoning are related to the following:

Determining different components of an argument and the relationship between them

Identifying the reasoning present in an argument and its similarities and differences from reasoning patterns present in other arguments

Drawing inferences from arguments

Drawing analogies

Recognising contradictions and disagreements between facts

Determining how additional information can change the outcome or argument

Recognising assumptions and flaws present in an argument

Reading Comprehension

  The legal profession and the study of law require extensive reading on a variety of subjects. The reading comprehension section in the syllabus of LSAT—India 2024 is a test of the candidate’s ability to go deep into complex texts and understand their contents. Given below are important points on the reading comprehension section -

Reading comprehension will require the reader to analyse, compare, synthesise and apply the reading to practical situations.

This section will consist of four sets of questions of 7-8 questions each

Of the four, three sets of questions will be based on a single passage

The fourth sets will have two related shorter passages followed by questions that will require candidates to perform a comparative reading.

The reading passages will be derived from a variety of subjects such as humanities, biology, physical science, social science, and law.

The passages are sophisticated and contain high-level vocabulary

Reading Comprehension

The questions in the reading comprehension section will be on the following:

Identifying the primary idea or purpose contained in the passage

Making inferences based on the information given in the passage

Identifying word meanings

Identifying the purpose of a word or phrase in the context of the passage

Applying the information given in the passage to new situations

Impact of a new piece of information on a given situation

Perform comparative reading to identify similarities, differences and relationships between two passages

Exam Date

 LSAT India 2024 Event

Date (for January 2024 Session)

 Registrations start (for Jan2024 and May 2024)


January 2024 Registration Closes


 Exam Scheduling or Slot Booking

10-01-2024 to 12-01-2024

System Readiness Check and Mock Test

17-Dec-2023 to 17-Jan-2024

LSAT India 2024 Exam (Jan 2024)

20-Jan-2024 and 21-Jan-2024

LSAT India Result 2024 (Jan 2024)

7-Feb-2024 (Released)

LSAT India 2024 Event

Date (for May 2024 Session)

Registrations start (for Jan2024 and May 2024)


Registration Closes


 Scheduling or Slot Booking (May 2024)

To be announced

 System Readiness Check and Mock Test

29-Mar-2024 to 12-May-2024

LSAT India 2024 Exam (May 2024)

16-May-2024 to 19-May-2024

LSAT India Result 2024 (May 2024)

To be announced

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