LSAT January 2024 registration closes on January 10; paper pattern, schedule

    The LSAT exam 2024 will be conducted in multiple slots on January 20. The registration link is activated on the official website, lsatindia.in.

    The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has started the Law School Admission Test (LSAT 2024) registration process. Candidates who wish to appear in LSAT January 2024 will have to submit the application form by January 10, 2024, on the official website, lsatindia.in.

    The exam will be held twice every year in January and May. The LSAT exam 2024 will be conducted in multiple slots on January 20. Admission to both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law colleges will be done through LSAT score.

    As per the exam paper pattern, questions will be asked from analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension, for assessing the skills of law aspirants. The question paper will have 92 questions and will have to be answered in 2 hours 20 minutes.

    The LSAT score card will have both scaled score and percentile rank as the exam will be held in multiple sessions.

    LSAT January 2024 dates

    Candidates can check the complete schedule for LSAT January 2024.



    Registration last date

    January 10

    Exam scheduling

    December 10 to January 12

    System Readiness check and mock test

    December 17 to January 16

    Exam date

    January 20- 21

    Result and score card release date

    To be announced

    Anand Prakash Mishra, associate dean of Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) and director of law admissions at OP Jindal Global University (JGU) said: “Since the first year of

    our law school in 2009, we have admitted students exclusively on the basis of the LSAT—India. Our faith in LSAT—India score is based on it being globally recognised and accepted, it provides a unique percentile score for every candidate making the admission process easy and smooth, and it is scientific and based on logic not on rote learning.”

    “In 2024, LSAT—India will be mandatory for admission to both the 3-year LLB and 5-year integrated law degrees, including the BCom LLB, BBA LLB, and BA LLB Hons programmes. We will not accept CLAT or any other test score,” he added.

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