Introduction to LSAT in Vashi
Law School Admission Test or LSAT is a standardized test to test one’s aptitude for studying Law. LSAT is an integral part of admission process for law schools in The United States, Canada and some other countries abroad. LSAT is designed to test your Critical Reading and Analytical Thinking Skills, which are considered important for a student’s success in a law school. LSAT is mandatory examination for admission into law schools affiliated to Canadian Common Law Schools and American Bar Association (ABA) .
Which law schools can you apply for in Canada after LSAT?
The law schools that accept LSAT in Canada are -
McGill University, Osgoode Hall Law School, University of British Columbia, University of Windsor andUniversity of Toronto.
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.
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.
How long should you prepare for the LSAT test?
For LSAT, you must dedicate 300 hours before you give the LSAT examination. More than 3 months are required to study properly for the LSAT preparation.
How many times is LSAT examination conducted throughout the year in Vashi?
The LSAT test is conducted 6 times in a year in Vashi. Due to this, a student can properly study and prepare for the LSAT examination and give it as and when they feel confident about it.