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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Law School Admission Test
  • Mode of Conduction
  • Exam Duration
    3 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Exam Frequency
    3 times a year
  • Official Website
  • Medium of the exam
  • Marking Scheme
    There is no Negative marks

Upcoming Dates and Events

10 Jun, 2022 - 11 Jun, 2022

Exam - Primary test date (LSAT June exam) | Mode: Online

29 Jun, 2022

Result - Score release dates (LSAT June exam) | Mode: Online

30 Jun, 2022

Application - Registration deadline-last date to apply (LSAT August exam) - Start Date | Mode: Online

26 Jul, 2022

Application - Registration deadline-last date to apply (LSAT September exam) - Start Date | Mode: Online

12 Aug, 2022 - 13 Aug, 2022

Exam - Primary test date (LSAT August exam) | Mode: Online

31 Aug, 2022

Result - Score release dates (LSAT August exam) | Mode: Online

09 Sep, 2022 - 10 Sep, 2022

Exam - Primary test date (LSAT September exam) | Mode: Online

28 Sep, 2022

Result - Score release dates (LSAT September exam) | Mode: Online

Exam Pattern
Exam Details
Mode of exam Online
Medium of exam English.
Sections Four sections – Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical reasoning – 1 & Logical reasoning – 2.
Exam Duration Total 2 hours & 20 minutes. 35 minutes for attempting every section.
Questions Type MCQs
Number of Questions Approx. 92-100 MCQs will be asked in the exam
Marking Scheme 1 mark for each correct option. No negative marking for wrong attempts.

LSAT is administered in two parts. The first part consists of multiple-choice questions and the second part is an unscored LSAT Writing sample.

From August 2021, there will be an additional unscored variable section apart from the three scored sections like the pre-Covid time. There will be a 10-minute break between the second and third sections. However, the unscored section can come in any order during the test.

The three scored sections consisting of multiple MCQs are:

Logical Reasoning
Analytical Reasoning
Reading Comprehension
The second part of the LSAT i.e., the writing sample is and administered separately and conducted online through secure proctoring software.

Candidates have the flexibility to choose the date of appearing for the writing sample as early as eight days prior to the date of the first part of the LSAT which are MCQs. Writing sample is used to analyze your reasoning, clarity, organization, language usage, and writing mechanics. It is also sent to all the LAW schools that the candidate applies for.

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