“It is difficult to make our material condition better by the best law, but it is easy enough to ruin it by bad laws.”- Theodore Roosevelt.
Students who are interested in pursuing law in the future need to give an entrance exam before they can plan anything ahead. Students are supposed to give a LSAT entrance exam to be able to take admission in any desired or preferred colleges of their choice. LSAT is Law School Admission Test and this is an Indian entrance exam conducted by the Law school admission council also known as LSAC for the admission for the undergraduate as well as postgraduate level courses. Another thing to know is that this undergraduate as well as post graduate courses are offered by more than 85 colleges of law in India itself.
Due to the pandemic students have had a delay in their Law School Admission Test- (LSAT), The students who had already registered and were ready to give their exams but weren’t able to because of the pandemic, the law school admission council had decided that students will be giving their exam but through an online mode itself. So, the law school admission council was able to cope up with this new style of exam quite quickly. The students were relieved that they won’t be missing out or delayed and their exams would go on as planned, all they need to worry about was having a laptop or computer and a proper wi-fi connection.
To be eligible to perform the Law School Admission Test- (LSAT), students need to be 12th pass if they want to study a 5 years long integrated (LLB) Bachelors of Legislative Law course. If a student wants to study 3 years long (LLB) Bachelors of Legislative Law course can only be eligible if they are a bachelors degree holder from any stream from any recognized college or university. For students who want further study a Master’s in Law can only be eligible if they have a degree in Law itself from any recognized college or university. So, these are the few things students need to know before they give their Law School Admission Test- (LSAT).
Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) is available only once a year and this exam is only available as an offline exam, but an exception has been made for all the 2020 students due to the pandemic that has been taken place other than that this exam is purely offline based exam. The exam duration is for about 2 hours and 20 minutes. The Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) is only accepted in about 57 college or universities only. Students when giving the exam should be carrying their admit card or identification card with them at all times. They can also visit the official site of the Law school admission council (LSAC) for any other further details regarding Law School Admission Test- (LSAT). So, these are the certain basic knowledge students need to know about before they give their exams.
The Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) online registration forms are usually available during the start of December 6th of the previous year. Law school admission council start accepting the online forms from then itself. The Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) application are available only after the start of the new year. The last to apply for the application is somewhere at the 1st or 2nd week of July. After all the above procedures are finished successfully, students who are done with this procedure they will receive their admit cards or identification cards in the 2nd week of July and they will receive it online which they need to download and bring during their exam day.
Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) exam dates are usually from 19th July up to 22nd July. But during this pandemic period the Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) will be taking place on these dates on just not through an offline but Online. The results are usually announced by the end of August and online only.
The Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) is an exam which is applicable for many other courses like-The Bachelors of Arts- Bachelors of Legislative- (BA LLB), Bachelors, Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelors of legislative law (BCom LLB), Bachelors of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law (BBA LLB), Bachelors of Science and Bachelors of Legislative Law (BSc LLB) and Bachelor of Technology and Bachelor of Legislative Law (BTech LLB) and many more course are there for which the Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) exam is needed.
There are more than 10 University or Colleges which accepts the Law School Admission Test- (LSAT) exam merits, like- Kirit P. Mehta School of Law. NMIMS, O.P Jindal Global University, School of Legal Studies, CRM University, Alliance School of Law, Bennett University and IFIM Law School.
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