LSAT India Admit Card 2023

# Jan 16, 2023 by Harshita Nandal

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LSAT India Admit Card : The LSAT India Admit Card or LSAT India Hall Ticket will be available for download the January Session and 26th to 30th April for the May session on the official website of LSAT India: .

Towards the end of the registration period, candidates will be asked to provide preference of testing slot from the date and time slots available for testing. Candidates will be allotted one of their preferred slots and will receive information regarding the date and slot on which they will be required to appear for the test—their ‘Test Appointment’.

To download LSAT India Admit Card follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Go to official Website
  • Click on Admit Card Link
  • Enter the Email Id and Password
  • Download Admit Card The Admit Card is an important document and must be carefully kept by the candidates as it is necessary to produce at the Exam centre while appearing for the Entrance Examination and without the same the Candidate is not allowed to enter the exam hall to appear for the entrance examination.

The Admit Card usually contains the details of the Reporting time at the Exam Centre, Personal Details of the Candidate like Application Number and Roll Number other important information.

LSAT India Result: The LSAT India Result will be published online on the LSAT website: .

To Download LSAT India Result  follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Go to the above mentioned Official Website.
  • Click on Result Link
  • Enter the Email Id and Password
  • Download the LSAT India Result  for further references.

In the LSAT India Result LSAC declares the LSAT India Score individually for each candidate. Candidates will receive a scaled score between 420 and 480, a score band, as well as a percentile rank.

LSAT India Score :

Candidates will receive email notification when their Score Card is available for download from the registration site.

LSAT India Scores are generally available a few weeks after the test date. LSAT India Scores are released as soon as they are ready. No announcement of a score release date should be taken to be a guarantee that scores will be released that day.

Please Note:

Any failure to follow invigilator instructions, violation of the terms and conditions, or cheating is grounds for cancellation of scores. Scores may be cancelled if, during post-test analysis, there is evidence of cheating. Scores may be cancelled without an offer of a retest.

LSAT India Score Validity

Starting in 2019, an LSAT—India score became valid for 5 years. However, you should check with any law college you are considering about whether they will accept a score received during a prior year.

LSAT India Counselling Procedure :  There is no centralized LSAT India Counselling Procedure or admission process for the LSAT India associated Law Colleges.

After the LSAT India Result is declared the candidates can apply to the LSAT India Associated Law Colleges individually with their respective LSAT India Scores.

Please Note: The admission criteria for every individual Law College/University associated with LSAT India may vary so students are requested to check them carefully from the official website and latest prospectus of the Institute/Institutes of their interest.

LSAT India plays no part in the admissions into the 5 years Integrated LLB admissions at any of its associated Law College. Its role ends at the declaration of LSAT India Scores.

Please check the above-mentioned list of LSAT India Participating Colleges to check for Institutes of your interest.

After the admission procedure of all the associated law colleges of LSAT India is completed the classes for the first year in the new session begin as per the schedule of each institute respectively.


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Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.