LSAT test dates: The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardised test taken to obtain admission in the law schools in the US, Canada and various other countries. LSAT, administered by Law School Admission Council (LSAC) assesses the analytical reasoning, logical reasoning and reading comprehension skills of the candidates that are necessary for them to complete their law courses successfully.
Every year, the LSAT test dates vary. The LSAT 2015 test dates are given below for various regions along with the reporting time.
June 08, 2015
Europe/ Middle East/ Africa
June 09, 2015
Asia/ Australia/ New Zealand
June 28, 2015
October 03, 2015
October 04, 2015
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October 07, 2015
December 05, 2015
December 06, 2015
December 08, 2015
There are chances of the variation of LSAT test dates 2015 for the international centres. In case of any change, the final date will be mentioned during the online registration process and on the admit card of the applicant. Walk-in registration on the LSAT test date is not possible. The candidates who wish to take the test must do the online application well in advance.
There are no specific eligibility criteria to apply for LSAT. However, the candidates must meet the eligibility criteria mentioned by the law school in order to get admission.
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There are very few colleges in Bengalore which takes admission on the basis of LSAT. Those colleges are enlisted below :-
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I hope this information helps you.
I would start with very basic & familiarization of different type of questions. Once you done with the basic questions then you take one practice test & just focus on the section. When you done, look at the performance, really look at the finding areas in the entrance you cover on. Try to find your weakness & analyse your performance, You wouldn’t keep the same mistake again & again. Doing section level practice is very important, Go back & Try to find out where you are wrong.
Understanding of your strength & weakness is something, Only you can do. You know yourself well. Alternately you can build up a test under the time limit to get the experience of real test from beginning to end.
Dr. Jason Dickenson,
Director, India Testing-Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
You should be in touch with the college & ask them about the eligibility of score. LSAT doesn’t have such standard but if student scored 80 then from my prospective, It is pretty good score.
Each section’s time is limited to that particular section. Each section is 35 minutes long & once you complete that 35 minutes that section ends and you’ll not able to go back that section.
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