The LSAT-India is an admissions test customized for Indian law schools brought by The Law School Admission Council (LSAC), USA and Pearson VUE. The LSAT-India includes the same question types as the LSAT, but it is shorter and scores are reported on a different scale. The LSAT-India does not include a writing sample and the scores are used only within India.
LSAT-India 2016 scores of all candidates will be sent to the following institutions which have made LSAT-India 2016 a mandatory criterion for admissions to full or partial batch of 2016. However, candidates should note that they need to meet the eligibility criteria as laid down by each of the respective colleges for their respective programs. Candidates are advised to check the respective college websites for information on eligibility criteria and programs offered.
Eligibility Criteria for LSAT 2017:
- All registrants who complete the test registration, pay the test fee in a timely way, and follow published test rules may sit for the LSAT-India.
- It is the candidate's responsibility to understand the eligibility requirements of the participating law schools to which one is applying before deciding whether to register for the LSAT-India.
- If one registers for the test and then determines that one is ineligible for admission to the intended law school, no test-fee refund will be available.
Note: For the eligibility requirements of the participating law schools, please visit the participating law schools' web pages and also please visit the websites of the participating schools for more detailed information about the school, their eligibility requirements and their courses.
Participating Law Colleges:
- Amity Law School - Gurgaon
- Central India College of Law, Godhani - Nagpur
- Chotanagpur Law College - Ranchi
- G H Raisoni Law School - Nagpur
- Jindal Global Law School - Sonipat (Haryana)
- JSS Law College - Mysore
- K.L.E. Society’s Law College - Bangalore
- MATS Law School, MATS University - Raipur
- Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (RGSOIPL)
- School of Law, Galgotias University - Greater NOIDA
- School of Law, GITAM University - Visakhapatnam
- School of Law, Sharda University - Greater Noida
In addition to the above mentioned list of Colleges, LSAT-India 2016 scores are also accepted by many more law institutes. Candidates can choose the colleges individually or select "all” option to apply to these colleges while registering for LSAT-India.