Introduction to LSAT in Navi Mumbai
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is very different from normal examinations. The LSAT is a skills-based exam which is created to test the critical reading and analytical thinking skills that are crucial for success in law school. The LSAT is given to get into the law colleges of the US, Canada and many other countries.
The LSAT is conducted and administered by the Law School Admission Council.
What is the eligibility to appear for LSAT in Navi Mumbai?
For the LSAT exam in Navi Mumbai, 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 can you apply for after LSAT?
The law schools that accept LSAT in Canada are - McGill University, Osgoode Hall Law School, University of British Columbia, University of Windsor and University of Toronto.
The Law schools that accept LSAT in the United States are -
Columbia University, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School
University of Chicago and Stanford University.
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 logic games and writing section section of the LSAT test?
Logic Games - It is worth 23% of the total score. Logic games in LSAT tests the basic logic, systems of order, and outcomes, i.e. analytical reasoning. These questions are asked in sets based on a single passage. LSAT Writing Section- This section isn’t scored, it is sent to law schools along with the LSAT score and can be used to choose between candidates with equal score. The writing sample is most frequently used as a comparison tool to confirm a student’s personal statement
How long is the LSAT paper written for?
The LSAT paper is written for 3 hours and 30 minutes where 35 minutes are to be given for each section in the LSAT paper.