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The Law School Admission Test India - or LSAT-India as it is more commonly known, is the admissions test for a number of private law schools in India.
24 July 2020

The LSAT-India sit-at-home online exam for law school aspirants, which started on Sunday (19 July) and has been continuing with testing sessions throughout the last week, has almost completed its run until this Sunday (26 July). And although it’s apparently not been without any hitches, those hitches may be useful lessons that should be heeded by the other bigger upcoming Covid-era law admissions tests.

28 May 2020

The LSAT-India exam has been postponed from 14 June to 19 July, due to an apparent clashing with students’ preparations for the CBSE board exams, which are scheduled between 1 to 15 July, continuing the long-running Covid-19-triggered experiment of being the first to hold a law university entrance test where the stakes are high and the risks are many.

08 May 2020
Scoop: And with an online LSAT postponed to 14 June, can the CLAT still hit its offline date of 21 June?
29 May 2019

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India - used as an admission test for 52 Indian law schools but primarily having acted as a feeder for JGLS Sonepat - has seen 8,268 applicants this year, according to an internal email sent by JGLS VC Prof Raj Kumar (full email published below).

16 March 2012

LSAT India - Entrance to more than 40 colleges

LSAT—India 2012 scores will be accepted by more than 40 law colleges in the country including some of the leading law colleges like – Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur; Jindal Global Law School – Sonipat; College of Legal Studies – UPES Dehradun; ITM College of Law – Gurgaon; KLE Bangalore; JSS Mysore; Faculty of Law ICFAI University – Dehradun; MATS Law School, MATS University – Raipur; Central India College of Law – Nagpur; G. H. Raisoni Law College – Nagpur; Saveetha School of Law – Chennai.

18 March 2011

image LSAT—India, the Law School Admission Test for Indian Law schools is designed by LSAC and administered by Pearson VUE in India. The Pencil and Paper based test will be conducted on 30th April 2011 at 16 locations in the country.

18 February 2011

The entrance examination LSAT—India, which is trying to position itself as an alternative and possible replacement of the Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT), has grown from being accepted by four Indian law schools last year to 25 colleges this year.