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NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India 2016 is a national level entrance examination that is conducted for admissions into the under graduate law programmes of the best law schools in the country.
The LSAT is actually conducted by Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions into law schools of United States of America, Canada and several other countries, including India. In India, Pearson VUE conducts the exam on behalf of LSAC.
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Candidates wishing to pursue a career in the prestigious field of law are required to register for LSAT India 2016. There are numerous law colleges in the country that accept the LSAT India score. The LSAT India 2016 Exam has been successfully conducted on May 15th, 2016. Students are required to apply to respective institutes quoting their LSAT India Registration Number and based on their LSAT score, they will be considered for admission.
The Application Process for LSAT India 2016 consists of registering for the exam, filling out the application form, making the fee payment and completing the application process.
The registration process for LSAT India 2016 is available in two modes- online and offline – and mainly differs in the mode of fee payment. In case of online mode, the candidates can pay the fee for LSAT India using a credit card. In case of offline mode, the candidates will be required to pay the fee by the means of a Demand Draft (DD) / pay order / banker's cheque.
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The LSAT India 2016 score is accepted by over 60 law colleges spread across 33 cities all over India. The candidate is required to apply to individual colleges of his choice after completing the registration process of LSAT India. The score for LSAT India of the individual candidates will be mailed to all associated colleges.
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LSAT India 2016 is mainly aimed at testing the reading and verbal reasoning skills of the candidates. It is an offline exam that is conducted in pen and paper mode. The total duration of the exam will be a total of 140 minutes. The question paper will be divided into four major sections and will consist of objective type questions.
|Aurangabad||M. P. Law College|
|Belgaum||K.L.E. Society’s B. V. Bellad Law College|
|Bhopal||Jai Hind Defence College of Law|
|Chennai||VIT Law School|
College of Legal StudiesSiddhartha Law College
|Durgapur||Durgapur Institute of Legal Studies|
|Faridabad||Institute of Law and Research|
|Gangtok||Faculty of Law, ICFAI University|
|Ghaziabad||Royal College of Law|
NIMT Vidhi Evam Kanun Sansthan
ITM Law SchoolSchool of Law, K. R. Mangalam University
|Hubli||K.L.E. Society's Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College|
|Hyderabad||ICFAI Law School, IFHE|
|Indore||Altius Institute of Universal Studies|
|Kharagpur||Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur|
|Meerut||Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law|
|Midnapore||Haldia Law College|
|Mumbai||Smt. Kamalaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School|
|Murshidabad||M A B Institute of Juridicial Science|
|Mysore||JSS Law College|
|Nagpur||Central India College of Law|
|Noida||IMS Law College|
|Panipat||Geeta Institute of Law|
|Raipur||MATS Law School, MATS University|
|Ranchi||Chotanagpur Law College|
|Rudrapur||Chanakya Law College|
|Sonipat||Jindal Global Law School|
|Surat||AURO University, School of Law|
B.N. Law College
|Udupi||Vaikunta Baliga College of Law|
|Vishakhapatnam||School of Law, Gitam University|