All the interested candidates going to apply, must have passed 10+2 with minimum 50% marks from a recognized education board.
The test will be held in a paper-pencil based mode and it will include 100 MCQs divided into four sections. The duration of the test is 2 hours 20 minutes and 35 minutes will be allotted for each section of the question booklet. In the exam, candidates answering a particular section currently allotted won’t be able to move to another section before the allotted sectional time is over. All the questions will carry equal marks and based on candidate’s total correct attempt, the percentile will be calculated. There is no negative marking for wrong attempts in LSAT India.
Aspirants of LSAT are admitted to law schools based on a range of factors. The LSAT selection process does not end in earning a fair score in LSAT. The aspirant is required to fulfill other criteria too.