LSAT 2019 Examination to be held on June 3 and July 15

LSAT 2019 Examination – The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) 2019 examinations will be held on June 3 and July 15 and the online application process has just begun. Those aspiring candidates who would like to pursue might as well visit the official website, isac.org and apply, as per IE report. Those who pass the LSAT will be eligible for pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate programs in law at various law colleges located across the country, noted the report.

There are over 80 law schools in India that accept LSAT scores for admissions. The examination is conducted in collaboration with the US-based Law School Admissions Council (LSAC).

LSAT 2019:  Important dates

  • Examinations: June 3, July 15, 2019

Exam pattern

  • The examination will be divided into four sections — for Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension— which will contain 24 questions each (92 to 100 questions in total)
  • Candidates will have 35 minutes to attempt every section. Most of the information you will require are available on the LSAT India website

How to apply for LSAT 2019 Registrations

  • Go to the official website for LSAT as mentioned above
  • Click on the tab that says “Registrations open
  • Register to the site, log in and fill in your details in the fields provided
  • Submit your application form and save a copy for further reference

In 1957, state lawmakers created the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) to ensure that financial considerations did not prevent Illinois students from realising their postsecondary educational goals. Since then, the number of students ISAC assists and the number of programs it administers have increased steadily, as has the scope of the services provided to support those programs.

At every stage of the financial aid process, ISAC is there, acting as a centralised source of information and guidance and offering a comprehensive array of programs and services. The Commission’s priority has remained constant. Today, as in 1957, that priority continues to be making postsecondary education accessible and affordable for the students and families of Illinois.

Taking its mission one step further, ISAC has adopted the nationwide goal in support of college completion  – to help Illinois increase to 60% the proportion of adults with a postsecondary credential by 2025.  In conjunction, the agency has adopted the nationwide goal to one that is more specific and applicable to one of the major groups of students it serves – to help Illinois increase to at least 45% the postsecondary completion rate of low-income students.

Achieving this goal involves many approaches that include improving the high school to college transition for students in need, providing support to students in college or returning to college, helping families pay for college, building external support for the goal, and providing high-quality and informed research.