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LSAT India 2016 | LSAT Entrance Exam 2016

LSAT India 2016 | LSAT Entrance Exam 2016

About LSAT India 2016, Eligibility Criteria for LSAT, Courses offered through LSAT, Important dates of LSAT, How to apply for LSAT, Registration Process for LSAT, Participating Law Schools of LSAT, Syllabus and Paper Pattern of LSAT, LSAT Application Fees, LSAT Exam Test cities, etc. will be explained in this article.

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) 2016 

LSAT-India is the admission test to be conducted by Pearson VUE on behalf of Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to the Undergraduate Law Programmes including B.A. LL.B, B.Sc LL.B and B.Com LL.B. to as many as 72 Law Schools in India. This Law Entrance Exam is designed in a way to Test the reading and Verbal Reasoning Skills of the candidates. LSAT India 2016 is an Offline (Paper-Pencil) Test which will be administered in 16 cities of India on 15th May, 2016.

  • Exam  Name – Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
  • Exam Mode – Offline (Paper-Pencil Mode)
  • Test duration – 2 Hours and 20 Minutes
  • Question type – Multiple Choice Format
  • Registration Fee – Rs. 3800/- (Online or By Demand Draft/Pay Order/ Banker’s Cheque)
  • Registration Date – From 9th November, 2015 to 1st May 2016

LSAT India 2016 Application Procedure

STEP-I : Go to the Official Website of LSAT as shown below and click on ‘REGISTER Now’:

LSAT Home Page

STEP-II : Here, You need to first Register Yourself and ‘Create‘ a LSAT-India 2016 account by providing your E-mail id, Your Name and Setting a Password.

LSAT New Registration

STEP-III : After Creating LSAT-India 2016 Registration Account, you need to apply for LSAT by logging into the account with the above password and Fill-in the Application Form.

STEP-IV : When you logged in with the above credentials on LSAT Website, you need to enter various details required as shown in below image. Here, there will be 6 Tabs (as shown) and you need to Complete Each Tab with the required details:

LSAT Application form


  • ‘Personal Information’ Tab – Enter your Name, DOB, Nationality, etc.
  • ‘Address Information’ Tab – Fill your Permanent & Correspondence Address.
  • ‘Program Preferences’ Tab – Choose the Course you want to apply for through LSAT, then select Exam Test Centre and select Colleges from the list of Associated Colleges as per your preference of Admission.
  • ‘Educational Qualification’ – Enter your qualification details.
  • ‘Additional Information’ – It Consist of details about your parents.
  • ‘Terms and Conditions’ – Accept the terms & conditions given on the page and then Click on ‘Submit’ to submit your details.

STEP-VI : After submitting all the details, you will get a message acknowledging that you have successfully submitted your application.

STEP VII : Then, You require to Make payment of Fee of Rs. 3800/- against LSAT-India 2016 Application in any of the modes (Online or Offline). If a candidate wants to Pay Offline, then, the candidate should make a Demand Draft in the name of “Pearson India Education Services Private Limited” payable at New Delhi or NOIDA.

To Know : CLAT Registration Procedure


  • It is to be informed that All the Participating Law Schools have their respective Eligibility Criteria.
  • All candidates who have successfully completed the LSAT Test Registration, paid the Test Fee and followed published Test Rules were Eligible for the LSAT India Test.
  • Generally, 10+2 Examination or Equivalent with not less than 45% marks is minimum eligibility criteria for All Law Schools.

To Know : CLAT Eligibility Criteria




Registration Window (Online Payments) 9th Nov, 2015 till 1st May, 2016 (till 12 Noon)
Registration Window (Demand Draft Payments) 9th Nov, 2015 till 28th April, 2016
Issue of Admit Card 8th May, 2016 to 14th May, 2016
LSAT 2016 Test Date 15th May, 2016
Result Date 3rd June, 2016



  • LSAT—India is a paper-and-pencil test with 4 sections.
  • The time allotted for each section is 35 minutes, with no scheduled break built into the exam.
  • Multiple-Choice questions.
  • There is NO Negative Marking or Penalty for wrong answer. Therefore, Candidates should not Leave Any Question
  • LSAT India Test duration is 2 Hours and 20 Minutes.



Analytical Reasoning

Approx. 24 35 minutes

1st Logical Reasoning

Approx. 24 35 minutes
2nd Logical Reasoning Approx. 24

35 minutes

Reading Comprehension Approx. 24

35 minutes

TOTAL : 4 Sections 92-100 Questions

2 Hours & 20 Minutes

To Know : CLAT Paper Pattern & Syllabus


  • Admit cards of Eligible Candidates (Complete Registrations) will be available for download on the website from 8th May, 2016.


The LSAT—India 2016 Test will be conducted in the following cities of India:

  • North Zone : Chandigarh, Delhi (NCR), Jaipur, Lucknow
  • South Zone : Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi
  • East Zone : Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Raipur, Ranchi
  • West Zone : Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Mumbai, Nagpur

For any queries related to LSAT India Exam:

  • Phone Support – Monday to Friday (Except Public Holidays) – 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM IST at the following chargeable number +91 7863027791.
  • E-mail Support – Write at
  • Live Chat Support – Monday to Friday (Except Public Holidays) – 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM IST
  • LSAT Website – Visit at 

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About CLAT 2016 : Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility

About CLAT 2016, Eligibility Criteria for CLAT, Courses offered through CLAT, Important dates in CLAT, How to apply for CLAT, Registration Process for CLAT, Participating NLUs in CLAT, No. of seats through CLAT, Conducting body of CLAT exam, CLAT Syllabus & Paper pattern, CLAT Application Fees, etc. will be explained in this article.


CLAT (Common Law Admission Test), started in 2008, is an All India Entrance Examination conducted by 17 National Law Universities (NLUs) on rotational basis which provide a list of candidates on the basis of ‘merit-cum-preference’ to each University for admission to their Undergraduate (LL.B) and Postgraduate (LL.M) degree programs.

CLAT exam is conducted by any one of the National Law University (NLU) in chronological order (in order of their year of establishment).  CLAT-2016 will be conducted by  the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab for 2252 seats in UG Program and 632 seats in PG Program. Here, in this article, we have mentioned about Various Details of CLAT 2016 like Eligibility Criteria for CLAT, Paper Pattern, Syllabus of CLAT, No. of seats available with all the NLUs and its break-up, etc.


1. For U.G Programme (LL.B Course)

  • The candidates must have completed 12th or its equivalent (students appearing for 12th can also apply) from the recognized board with minimum 45% marks (in case of candidates belonging to Unreserved / OBC / Specially Abled Persons) and 40% marks for SC / ST candidates.

2. For P.G Programme (LL.M Course)

  • The candidates must have completed the LL.B or 5 year Integrated LL.B degree or its equivalent degree from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks (in case of candidates belonging to Unreserved / OBC / Specially Abled Persons) and 50% marks for SC/ST candidates.
  • As per the recent judgement of honorable Supreme Court of India, there is No Upper Age Limit for appearing in CLAT (U.G. / P.G.) examination.

CHECK – Eligibility Criteria for CLAT for more details.

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