How To Prepare For LSAT-India 2018

Posted By: Sashikanth

Law School Admission Test (LSAT)-India is all set to knock the doors on this Sunday, i.e., May 20, 2018. LSAT, one amongst the law entrance examinations in the country that test the candidates on reasoning and reading skills, is conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).

The LSAT examination will not test factual knowledge or knowledge on current affairs; this exam tests whether a candidate can acquire critical thinking skills or not while undergoing traditional training. With LSAT right around the corner, law aspirants might be juggling with books to grab a seat in the law institutes in India. Over 85 law schools accept the LSAT-India score. Here are the section-wise preparation tips to crack LSAT.

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Last-minute Preparation Tips For LSAT

LSAT-India Exam Pattern

SectionNo of Questions  Timing 
Analytical Reasoning Approx. 2435 minutes 
1st Logical Reasoning Approx. 24 35 minutes 
2nd Logical Reasoning Approx. 24 35 minutes 
Reading Comprehension Approx. 24 35 minutes 
Total: 4 Sections 92-100 questions 2 hours 20 minutes 

The test will be conducted in multiple-choice question-answer format. There is no negative marking for LSAT-India. For more information on LSAT exam pattern, click here.

LSAT-India Analytical Reasoning Tips

The questions in the analytical reasoning test the candidates' understanding of a structure of relationships and ask them to draw the logical conclusion from them. The law aspirants should devote more time for practising the questions based on relationships during this last month. In this section, a candidate will find questions related to the complex analyses, which are required by a law student to solve legal problems.

LSAT-India Logical Reasoning Tips

The questions are based on the short arguments from various sources such as newspapers and magazines. Candidates should summon all their basic common sense to answer the questions. The test will be focused on the logical connections and candidates have to find the arguments. Never try to stand for the correct statement because the argument is important here.

LSAT-India Reading Comprehension

This section has a unique importance in LSAT-India due to the length of passage. This reading comprehension covers a range of subjects starting from humanities to law. They also contain high-level vocabulary and questions are very complex to understand. You need to be very accurate in answering a question because a single mistake will make other answers incorrect. Try to study all the technical terms required. Enhance your language skills along with reading skills during the last month to do better in this section.

LSAT-India Strategies To Answer

  • The law aspirants should attempt all the questions without leaving anything because there is no negative marking.
  • The more you take the sample tests from the official website, the more you gain reasoning and reading skills. This will even boost your confidence.
  • The official LSAT-India Handbook is the bible for law aspirants. This book will help them understand how to handle different type of questions so never ignore it.
  • Aspirants should understand the format of the test to score well. One reading comprehension question carries the same amount of marks an analytical reasoning question carries. Hence, take an advantage of this.

Also Read: Explore The Section-wise Preparation Tips For CLAT 2018

 

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