Introduction to LSAT in Khar
The LSAT or Law School Admission Test is a half-day standardised test. The Law School Admission Council administers the LSAT for prospective law school candidates. It is designed to assess reading comprehension as well as logical and verbal reasoning capacity of a student. The LSAT test is an important part of the law school admission process in the United States, Canada, the University of Melbourne in Australia, and a growing number of other countries.
What are the different sections in the LSAT paper?
The LSAT paper consists of the following sections of 35 minutes each - Experimental Section, Logic Games , 2 sections of logical reasoning , Reading Comprehension and Writing Sample
What type of questions can come from the logical reasoning and reading comprehension section of the LSAT test?
LSAT can have the following types of questions -
Two Logical Reasoning sections - They are worth 50% of the total score.Logical reasoning in LSAT tests your ability to analyse and evaluate arguments. Logical Reasoning consists of short passages with questions that need to be answered. Reading Comprehension - This is worth 27% of the total score. This LSAT question tests your ability to make sense of dense, unfamiliar literature but unlike other standard tests, on the LSAT rather than the facts, you need to understand the passages’ structure, purpose, and different points of view. On the LSAT, there will be four passages, each with a set of 5–8 questions to answer.
What is a good score in LSAT?
The LSAT is scored on a 120-180 scale. Different universities have different score requirements. For example - A score of 173 in your LSAT test is a good score for Harvard.
What is the eligibility to appear for LSAT in Khar?
For the LSAT exam in Khar, no conditions are given to write the exam. Students need to check for any specific criteria specified by their targeted law schools. LSAT is intended for candidates who want to study law and have graduated or are about to graduate and want to apply into the law schools abroad. There is no age limit to write the test.
Which law schools in the United States can you apply for after LSAT?
The Law schools that accept LSAT in the United States are -
Columbia University, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, University of Chicago, Stanford University