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LSAT 2022 India: Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus and Exam Pattern

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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is conducted every year by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) in two sessions. LSAT 2022 will be on January 15th, and the second on May 9. The applications for the January session will close on January 3rd, and for the May session, on April 25th. You can apply for same through the LSAT website.

How to Apply for LSAT 2022?

The application process is very simple. Go to the website and click on the Register for LSAT-India tab. Sign up for it by providing all your details, and make sure that the E-mail ID given is an active one. You will be receiving the details for the Mock Exam and the actual one on it. Login through your E-mail ID and password, and fill out the form. Once you’ve submitted the fee, your application will be considered complete. Candidates applying before December 15, 2021 can avail the Early Bird discount on the application fee. 

Who is Eligible for LSAT 2022?

Candidates who have passed Class 12th or an equivalent examination from a recognised board and institution with at least 45% marks are eligible for the exam. Candidates who will be appearing for the aforementioned exams in 2022 will also be eligible.

What is the Exam Pattern for LSAT 2022?

The LSAT India will be conducted in an online, remote-proctored mode, until further notice is given. The duration of the exam is 2 hours and 20 minutes. It has a total of about 92 multiple-choice questions, divided over 4 sections- Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1, Logical Reasoning 2, and Reading Comprehension. The exam has no negative marking. Candidates are allotted 35 minutes for each section and cannot move through the sections as per their will. They have to complete each section within its designated time limit. 

What is the LSAT 2022 Syllabus?

Analytical Reasoning 

In this section, the ability to understand relationships between separate variables, and draw logical conclusions from it will be tested. The questions will mainly be a combination of topics like arrangement, directions, coding-decoding, intersections, etc. These questions are usually complex and time-consuming, so practise them thoroughly.

Logical Reasoning

In this section, the ability to critically evaluate, complete, and analyse arguments will be tested. Questions asking candidates to identify options that will strengthen or weaken arguments, or draw conclusions, identify how additional evidence would affect an argument, drawing analogies, etc can also be asked.  

Reading Comprehension

In this section, the ability of the candidates to read and understand complex and lengthy passages in a limited period of time will be measured. Questions related to vocabulary, inferences, conclusion, and arguments may be asked. The themes of the passages can range from topics like Law and Philosophy to Economics and Business.

Practise as many mocks as you can to understand the types of questions asked, the time it takes you to complete them. 

What are some tips to crack the LSAT 2022 exam?

LSAT India focuses on the comprehension abilities of the candidates. Since there is no Current Affairs or Quantitative Techniques section, candidates just have to practise and polish their deductive skills. The passages asked will be complex, and hence, the ability to read and comprehend accurately, while also drawing conclusions and inferences from it is very important. Strengthen your analytical and problem-solving skills, as this section can be very scoring. Try to complete all questions in 30 minutes, and leave the remaining 5 minutes for revision. 

All the best!

For access to LSAT related study material, click here. 


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