The LSAT India for May session Registration

The LSAT entrance exam for Law College Admission (Law School Admission Test) is a standardized test used for admissions to law schools in various countries, including India. LSAT score is valid for 5 years but it would be advisable for the candidates to check at the respective law college whether they accept previous year or not.

The LSAT India registration 2024 for the May Session will close on 2-May, 2024. LSAT Entrance exam will help to admission into 3-Years LLB, 5-Years LLB, and LLM courses at colleges accepting the score of LSAT India. The Exam dates for May Session is decided by 16-may to 19-May, 2024. For applying this application candidates need to visit on the official website of LSATE that is and fill your eligibility criteria, Pay Application fee and submit your application successfully. More about for eligibility and application fee read this page.

The LSAT is designed to assess skills that are considered essential for success in law school. It measures reading and verbal reasoning skills that are crucial for legal education. Many law schools in India accept LSAT scores for admission to their undergraduate and postgraduate law programs.


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Last Date for LSAT May Session Registration – 02-May, 2024

May Session test Scheduling – 23-march to 09-May, 2024

May System Readiness check – 29-March to 12- May, 2024

LSAT May Exam – 16-May to 19-May, 2024

LSAT India Result for May Session 2024 – To be Notified

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The LSAT is conducted twice in a year January and May. For the candidate who wants to apply for January session can apply till 10 January.

The exam has been done on 20 and 21 January 2024. The has declared on 07-February, 2024

Application Fee

Application fee for all candidates – Rs. 3999

If a candidate register both the test i.e., January and May the fee will be Rs. 7998


Prep Test – Rs100

Total LSAT India January Registration + Platinum Series –  Rs. (100 + 6,899, 1, 199) = Rs. 10,210

Total LSAT India January Registration + Superb Prep. – Rs. 5, 080

Total LSAT India May Registration + Platinum Series – Rs. 10, 210

Total LSAT India May Registration + Superb Prep – Rs. 5, 080

LSAT Score

Every candidate who appears for LSAT entrance exam will receive a scaled score between 420 and 480 as well as a percentile rank.

While you will receive credit for correct answers, there is no negative marking or penalty for incorrect responses. It is advisable for the candidate to save some time at the end of each section to complete any unanswered questions.You may take the exam more than once during the administration window and have your best scores sent to your preferred colleges for admission.

The LSAT in India consists of multiple-choice questions and a writing sample. The test is divided into four sections

Analytical Reasoning-: This section assesses your ability to understand the structure of relationships and to draw conclusions about those relationships. It consists of a set of conditions and you must apply the rules to make deductions

Logical Reasoning Two Parts-: These sections evaluate your ability to analyze, critically evaluate, and complete arguments. Questions in this section are based on short passages, and you will need to draw inferences, identify assumptions, and recognize logical flaws.

Reading Comprehension-This section tests your ability to read, with understanding and insight, examples of lengthy and complex materials. You will need to read and answer questions based on passages.

Writing Syllabus-This is not scored, but it’s sent to law schools as part of your application. You will be given a decision prompt and you must write an essay presenting your perspective on the issue

Section Questions Duration
Analytical Reasoning 23 35 Minutes
Logical Reasoning(I) 22 35 Minutes
Logical Reasoning(II) 23 35 Minutes
Reading Comprehension 24 35 Minutes

LSAT and CLAT Difference between two Entrance Exam

Content Emphasis

The LSAT places a strong emphasis on evaluating skills such as critical thinking, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. It also includes a writing sample. There is no math or science section.

CLAT, on the other hand, tests various subjects including English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Legal Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning


The LSAT consists primarily of multiple-choice questions and a writing sample. The format is standardized and consistent.

The CLAT includes multiple-choice questions as well as short-answer questions, essays, and comprehension passages. This can require a different approach to time management.

Subjective and Objective

The LSAT’s focus on critical thinking and logical reasoning may require a more nuanced approach to answering questions. It also includes a subjective writing sample

CLAT-While it includes objective questions, CLAT also includes a section on legal reasoning, which can involve a subjective interpretation of legal principles.

Preparation Materials

There are a variety of study materials, practice tests, and prep courses available for LSAT, including official LSAT prep materials.

CLAT has its own set of preparation materials, but due to its diverse subject matter, students may need to prepare for different sections in different ways.

Personal Strength

Individuals with strong critical thinking and logical reasoning skills may find the LSAT more manageable

Those who excel in subjects like English, General Knowledge, and Legal Aptitude may find CLAT more in line with their strengths.

LSAT Score Accepting colleges

  1. JLU School of Law Jagran Lakecity
  2. Vijaybhoomi School of Law
  3. Kirit P Mehta School of Law NMIMS
  4. IFIM Law School
  5. MIT WPU Faculty of Law
  6. Adamas University
  7. UPES- Law School
  8. VIT School of Law
  9. Bennet University
  10. Manav Rachna
  11. Alliance University
  12. Daksha Fellowship
  13. Lloyd Law School
  14. BML Munjal University
  15. Presiendcy University
  16. GD Goenka University
  17. Jindal Global School
  18. Asian Law College Noida
  19. KR Mangalm University
  20. ISBR Law College
  21. Mewar University
  22. DM Harish School of Law
  23. School of Law and constitutional studies of Engineering & Technology Meerut

IS LSAT  difficult than CLAT?

Both these exams have different pattern but one can conclude is that CLAT is little harder than LSAT

Is LSAT India accepted in USA?

No, LSAC India is conducted on different level and colleges abroad will not accept LSAT India scores as they accept the LSAT abroad scores for the law programmes.

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