Law School Admission Council (LSAC) provides instructions
for Law School Admission test (LSAT). The test is conducted to shortlist law
aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level courses offered
at more than 85 law colleges in India. This entrance exam is held online.
For BA LLB Programme: Candidates should complete their Class
XII or any other equivalent examination with minimum 45% marks from CBSE or any
other recognised board in any discipline/subject.
For LLB programme: Candidates should have Bachelor’s degree
in any discipline/subject with minimum 45% marks in the qualifying examination.
The paper carries Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1, Logical Reasoning 2, and Reading Comprehension sections and is of 2 hours and 20 minutes. The exam consists of 92 questions.
|Sections||Questions per section||Time allotted|
|Analytical Reasoning||23||35 Minutes|
|Logical Reasoning – 1||22||35 Minutes|
|Logical Reasoning – 2||23||35 Minutes|
|Reading Comprehension||24||35 Minutes|
|Total||92 questions||2 hours 20 minutes|
Candidates have to attempt
each section within the time duration mentioned against each section as there
is no flexibility of moving between the sections.