LSAT India 2020 Registration Extended to July 5. Exam Postponed
Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has extended the registration deadline of LSAT India 2020 (Law School Admission Test) till 5th July. The exam is also postponed to July 19 onwards. The decision to postpone the exam is taken in consideration of the students appearing in the remaining CBSE board exams scheduled between 1 - 15 July. Candidates need to check the eligibility criteria before applying.
LSAT 2020 Revised Dates
|Registration started||6 December 2020|
|Registration ends||5 July 2020|
|Admit card availability||To be notified |
|Exam date||19 July 2020|
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Steps to Fill up Application Form:
- Go to the official website of LSAT i.e. https://discoverlaw.excelindia.com/LSAT/
- Then click in the "Registration link" and a new screen will be shown to your display. Enter the E-mail ID and select the option ‘No, I am a new user’.
- Once the registration is done successfully a verification link will be sent to the registered candidate's e-mail ID by the Pearson VUE.
- Then re-login and fill the required information in the application form such as Personal details like Candidate’s Name, DOB, Category, Nationality, etc, Academic details like Choice of Program, Percentage in class 10th and 12th, etc and Contact details like Mobile No., Email ID, Communication and Permanent Address, etc.
- Pay the application fee through net banking/debit or credit card.
- Recheck all the information and submit the form.
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Law School Admission Test(LSAT) is an international level entrance exam conducted by the law school admission council (LSAC) USA . the LSAT India exam is a national level entrance test conducted through offline mode to offer admission in UG, PG and integrated law courses in more than 85 law institutions in India. The exam is conducted through offline mode (pen & paper)based and the total duration of the exam is 2.5 hours. the question paper consists of 92-100 MCQs and each correct answer carries 1 mark without any provision for negative marking.
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