LSAT-India Postponed on Account of Nationwide Lockdown

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) has done away with the earlier notification in the view of countrywide lockdown. The revised date for LSAT-India is June 07, 2020. The registration date has also been extended till May 22, giving more time to the candidates to register.

The Law School Admission Council(LSAC), makers of the LSAT-India exam announced the date change on 08.04.2020. The press release read,  “the rescheduled test date will ensure that those seeking a career in law can take the exam at a safer time and with less worry for their health.

The candidates who clear LSAT-India 2020 will be eligible for the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in law colleges that accept the LSAT scores. There are over 50 law schools that accept the LSAT scores. The paper will comprise of the usual five sections and the newly added variable section. Further, there will be 115 questions this year instead of 90-100. All questions will be of multiple-choice type.

Besides LSAT, other law entrance exams have also been postponed including CLAT and AILET. The revised dates for CLAT and AILET are 24.05.2020 and 31.05.2020, respectively.

 

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