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LSAT-India to be the primary admission test for many prestigious law schools

Education NewsThe LSAT-India, offered by the global Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is one of the leading law tests for undergraduate and postgraduate law admissions in the country. It assesses the critical thinking, logical reasoning, and problem-solving skills that are needed to succeed in law school. The test will be conducted on May 17 this year in 16 cities across India.

Dan Bernstine, president of LSAC, said, “We are delighted that law colleges nationwide are realizing the advantages of using the LSAT-India as a key part of the admission process. The exam provides a precise and objective way for law colleges to select the students most likely to succeed.”

Prominent law schools including Jindal Global Law School — Sonipat, VIT Law School — Chennai, RGSOIPL — IIT Kharagpur, UPES Dehradun, Alliance University Law School — Bangalore and Sharda University — Greater Noida have been accepting LSAT-India scores for admissions and now the additional institutions are also associated with LSAT-India.

These include Faculty of Law, SGT University, Gurgaon; Lovely Professional University, Phagwara; Faculty of Law, SRM University, Sonipat; Raffles School of Law, Raffles University, Jaipur; IFIM Law College, Bangalore; School of Law, Saveetha University, Chennai; CMR Law School, Bangalore; Disha Law College, Raipur; School of Law, Jagran Lake city University, Bhopal, MP.

Source: The Times of India

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