LSAT Scores 2018 – Law School Admission Council (LSAC) will release the LSAT 2018 scores three weeks after LSAT is conducted. The scores of LSAT 2018 will be determined by the number of questions answered correctly by the candidate (also known as Raw Scores). Negative marks will not be applicable as marks will not be deducted for incorrect answers. LSAT Raw scores are then converted into LSAT scale which ranges from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 the highest. The LSAT scores 2018 are calculated through a statistical procedure known as equating. LSAT is a common entrance test conducted by LSAC for candidates who wish to pursue law in countries like the US, Canada, Australia Middle East, etc. LSAT 2018 is conducted four times in a year in the months of February, June, September/October, and December respectively. Candidates can choose a test date according to their convenience. Candidates can check here all about LSAT scores 2018 such as how to check scores, what is disclosed and non-disclosed scores and much more.
How to check LSAT 2018 Scores?
Candidates can get their LSAT 2018 scores in two ways – email and postal mail
By e-mail: Only those candidates who have completed the online LSAC accounts will get their LSAT 2018 score via e-mail. The scores will be sent within three weeks of taking the test. Candidates must make sure to submit a valid e-mail ID while registering.
By postal mail: Candidates who do not hold an LSAC account will get their LSAT scores 2018 via postal mail. Candidates can also request the scores of LSAT 2018 be sent to specific law schools through the candidate referral service provided by LSAC
LSAT 2018 Score Report
LSAT scores report will contain the following
Candidates current score
Results of all tests (up to 12 which the candidates have registered for since June 1, 2012, which will also include absences and cancellations.)
Scores earned prior to June 2012 will not be reportable.
Average score (if the candidate have more than one reportable score on file)
Candidates score band (if the score was earned on the 120-180 scale.
Candidates percentile rank
LSAT Scores 2018: Disclosed and Non Disclosed Scores
If candidates take the disclosed test they will have access to the following
Copy of the answer sheet
Score conversion table
Copy of the scored sections that contribute to a candidates score
Candidates who opt for the non-disclosed test will have access to only the
LSAT 2018 Score Cancellation
Starting from the day after the test candidates can cancel their LSAT scores on the LSAT status page of the Lsac.org account. This option will be available to candidates within six calendar days after the test. The deadline to cancel the scores online is 11.59 pm on the sixth day after LSAT 2018.
Contesting LSAT Scores 2018
Candidates who wish to contest their LSAT 2018 answer sheet must request that their answer sheet be rescored after they receive their LSAT result. Once rescored, the result will be mailed to the candidates and the selected law schools provided that the new scores are different from the first ones. To put in a request for rescoring, candidates must do the following
Rescoring request has to be put within 60 days of the LSAT 2018 exam.
The request must include:
LSAT 2018 score report copy
LSAT 2018 test date
LSAT 2018 test centre and centre code
Name, LSAC account number
Last 4 digits of Social Security Number/ Social Insurance number
LSAT 2018 rescoring fee ($100) as cheque or money order payable to LSAC (payment can be made via credit card.
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As per my knowledge, to get admission in IFIM Law college in Bangalore, you need to fulfill the eligibility criteria, which includes that the candidate must qualify either of the entrance exams (CLAT, LSAT, AILET or ILAT).
Also, the applicant should have passed PUC with atleast 45% marks.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test to assess one’s aptitude for studying Law. LSAT is an integral part of admission process for law schools in United States, Canada and some other countries abroad.
LSAT is mandatory for admission to law schools affiliated to American Bar Association (ABA) and Canadian Common Law Schools. The test was created in the year 1948 as a measure to provide the Law schools with a standardized way to test candidates in addition to their GPA.
In 2020, it will be held on
Sunday, January 12, 2020 and
Sunday, March 29, 2020.
For detailed information, you may visit the official site-
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