LSAT India 2019 Exam Date Extended

04 Dec, 2018
LSAT India 2019 Exam Date Extended

LSAT India 2019 Exam Date Extended – The exam date for LSAT India 2019 has been extended by the examination conducting body i.e. Law School Admission Council to 26th May 2019 which was earlier to be conducted on 19th May 2019 in offline mode. Candidates post clearing the entrance test of LSAT India can get into any of the 85 law colleges for the courses like BA LLB, B.Sc. LLB, B.Com LLB, and BBA LLB. Now, the candidates who have made the mindset to appear in the entrance test of LSAT India 2019 must stay tuned to our website in order to fetch the latest updates.

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The entrance test of LSAT India 2019 will be conducted in offline mode i.e. paper-based test in various cities across the country. The test paper of LSAT India 2019 will have only multiple-choice questions and the candidates will be given the time duration of 2 hours and 20 minutes for completing the test paper. Now, as per the marking scheme, candidates will be awarded with 1 mark for each correct answer whereas, for choosing the incorrect answer, no mark will be deducted.

    Now, the candidates to turn up in LSAT India 2019 exam must fill the application form which has already been made available 16th October 2018 and will continue until 6th May 2019 in online mode merely. But prior to filling the application form, candidates must go through the eligibility criteria to make sure if they fulfill the requirements prescribed by the LSAC, USA. Moreover, post submitting the application form successfully along with the application fee, candidates will be able to generate the admit card from 9th May to 19th May 2019 to turn up in the LSAT India 2019 exam.

    Click Here for Fill the LSAT India 2019 Application Form

    Guidelines to be followed on the Exam Day

    • Reach the exam centre where the candidates are allotted before the reporting time mentioned on the admit card.
    • Make sure, the candidates carry their admit card along with any other document from passport, PAN Card, Voter ID Card, Driving License, Aadhar Card etc. as an identity proof.
    • Do not carry any electronic device to the examination hall such as calculator, earphones, mobile phone etc.
    • In case, any candidate found with any kind of electronic device or chit will get disqualified and will no longer be able to sit in the examination hall.

    Until the examination gets over, candidates cannot leave the examination hall. Therefore, if any candidate completes his paper must scrutinize what they have written and wait for the exam to conclude.

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