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Law School Admission Test - 2024

 

The LSAT India examination is a standardized test designed to evaluate the proficiency of law aspirants on the basis of advanced reading, critical thinking, and informal as well as deductive reasoning skills. Administered by the Law School Admission Council, commonly known as LSAC Global, this test serves as a criterion for admission to both undergraduate and postgraduate law programs offered by affiliated law colleges. LSAC, a non-profit organization, plays a pivotal role in assisting aspiring law students in gaining admission to esteemed private law colleges, relying on their performance in the LSAT entrance exam. The exam is accepted by more than 50 law colleges in India for admission to five-year Integrated LLB courses, three-year LLB course, and LLM course. 

 

Particulars

Details

Name of the Exam

LSAT- India  (Law School Admission Test)

Conduction Body

Law School Admission Council (LSAC Global)

Courses Offered

5 year integrated LL.B Course

3 year LL.B Course

1 year LL.M Course

Fees

INR 3,499 discounted fees 

INR 3,999 regular fees (without discount)

INR 7,998 (fee for January + May sessions)

 

LSAT Exam mode

Online 

Exam duration

2 hours 20 minutes

Subjects

Analytical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning

Reading Comprehension

LSAT India 2024 exam date

May session: 16-May-2024 - 19-May-2024

Number of seats

UG Courses - around 3,000 seats

PG courses - around 1,500 seats 

 

Accepting colleges

More than 50 colleges accept LSAT India scores

Email Id

[email protected] 

[email protected] 

 

Official website

www.lsatindia.in

 

 

 

 

 

LSAT Important Dates

 

The LSAT 2024 Exam dates have been announced by Pearson Vue on the official website. The important dates for the exam include the application open and close date, exam scheduling deadline, date of the exam and result date.

 

LSAT- India 2024 Important Dates

 

Details

January Session

May Session

Starting date of registration

August 14, 2023

August 14, 2023

Last date for registration

January 10, 2024

May 7, 2024

Test Scheduling

December 10, 2023 to January 12, 2024

29 March – 12 May 2024

System Readiness Check

December 17, 2023 to January 16, 2024

March 29-May 12, 2024

LSAT- India 2024 Exam

January 20-21, 2024

May 16-19, 2024

LSAT - India Result

Result Out 

  To be notified

 

 

 

Eligibility

 

For appearing in the LSAT India entrance exam, LSAC has not mentioned any specific eligibility criteria. Based on the general eligibility criteria for law entrance exam, the LSAT eligibility criteria has been described here. Candidates should fulfill the eligibility criteria for UG and PG law courses offered at the accepting law colleges as under

 

 

  COURSE

  ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA

  Five-year integrated LL.B course

  • Candidates who have passed Class 12 or equivalent exam.
  • Those who are appearing in the qualifying examination or awaiting results are also eligible to apply and appear for LSAT India exam.
  • Candidates should check the minimum marks requirement of every college.

 

  Three-year LL.B course

  • Candidates holding a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognized university/ college.
  • Those who are awaiting results of the final year qualifying examination are also eligible to appear for LSAT India.
  • Candidates should check the minimum marks requirement of every college.

 

 

  LL.M

  • Candidates holding a degree in law i.e. LLB degree from a recognized university/ college.
  • Those who are awaiting results of the final year qualifying examination are also eligible to appear for LSAT India.
  • Candidates should check the minimum marks requirement of every college.

 

 

 

Exam Pattern

 

 

The LSAT India Exam 2024 consists of passages followed by objective-type questions based on the passage. The table given below gives an overview of the exam pattern.

 

 

  Particulars

  Description

  Mode of LSAT- India exam

Remote Proctored Mode:  A method of monitoring online exams in real-time to prevent cheating and ensure the integrity of the exam.

  Medium of examination

 English

  Duration of LSAT- India exam

 2 hours and 20 minutes (35 minutes for each section)

  Total number of questions

 92 questions (approx.)

  Sections

Four Sections Namely:

  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning (1)
  • Logical Reasoning (2)
  • Reading Comprehension

 

  Time per section

 35 Minutes

  Type of Questions

 MCQ

  Negative Marking

 No Negative Marking

  Number of Marks

Candidates would be marked on a score band between 420 and 480, and be awarded with a percentile rank.

 

 

Syllabus

 

The syllabus of LSAT- India 2024 consists of four sections each having a time duration of 35 minutes namely Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning (1), Logical Reasoning (2), and Reading Comprehension. There are approximately 92 questions divided across the four sections

 

LSAT Syllabus Overview:

 Section Type 

 Number of questions

 

 Duration

 

 Analytical Reasoning

 23 

 35 minutes

 Logical Reasoning (1)

22

35 minutes

 Logical Reasoning (2)

 23

 35 minutes

 Reading Comprehension

 24

 35 minutes

 Total

 92

 2 hours and 20 minutes Total

 

Detailed Syllabus Section wise:

 Section

 

 Topics

 

  Analytical Reasoning

  • Understanding the relationships between different components in the question to arrive at the solution.
  • Identifying cause-effect relationships through if-then statements
  • Making inferences from a given set of statements or facts
  • Identifying similar statements which can be replaced with one another leads to the same result.
  • Determining different components of an argument and the relationship between them
  • Identifying the logic in an argument and its similarities and differences from other arguments
  • Drawing inferences from arguments
  •  

 

  Logical Reasoning

  • Determining different components of an argument and the relationship between them
  • Identifying the logic in an argument and its similarities and differences from other arguments
  • Drawing inferences from arguments
  • Drawing analogies
  • Recognizing the disagreements between facts
  • Determining how any additional fact or information can change the outcome or argument
  • Identifying assumptions and flaws present in an argument
  • Identifying the central idea of the passage.
  • Making inferences from the passage.
  • Identifying meanings of words and phrases and their purpose in the context of the passage.

 

 

  Reading Comprehension

  • Identifying the central idea of the passage.
  • Making inferences from the passage.
  • Identifying meanings of words and phrases and their purpose in the context of the passage.
  • Testing the applicability of the given information in new situations.
  • Effect of a new piece of information on a given situation
  • Identify similarities, differences and relationships between two passages through comparative reading.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is CLAT?

CLAT stands for Common Law Admissions Test. It is an All India Law Entrance Examination conducted by the National Law Schools/Universities for admissions to their Undergraduate as well as Postgraduate courses. CLAT UG is conducted for admissions under the 5 year - law programme where as CLAT PG is conducted for admissions under the Masters programme. 

 Who is the conducting body of CLAT 2025?

The Consortium of National Law Universities will conduct the CLAT 2024. It is a permanent body based at NLSIU Bangaluru. 

 

Can we write the CLAT Exam after completion of class XII ?

 Yes, you can apply directly for CLAT Examination while appearing for class  XII examination.

 Why should I sit for the CLAT UG Exam ?

The simplest answer to this question is that Law is a nobel profession and with a good CLAT score you will get admission into one of the prestigious law institutes in India. Upon completion of your 5 year course you will feel a difference in your personality and can choose from multiple career prospects which this filed has to offer.

How can I apply for CLAT 2025?

The application form for CLAT 2025 will be filled online. The online application form can be accessed from the official website.i.e. https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/ . Usually the application forms are made availlable in July. 

 Is CLAT exam tough? 

Every exam becomes easy if you have a proper guidance and routine, anyone can clear the CLAT entrance exam with a focused mind and determination toward the goals. 

 What is the eligibility criteria for CLAT 2025?

A candidate should have passed XII or any equivalent exam with the following percentage:

 

  • 45% - General/OBC/Specially-abled Persons (SAP) category.
  • 40% - SC/ST category.
  • Any candidate appearing in the qualifying examination, i.e., 10+2, can also appear for this examination. However, they should be able to produce sufficient evidence to prove that they have passed 10+2 at the time of admission.
  • The candidate must submit the result of the qualifying examination (i.e.10+2) at the time of admission, failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the Course

Will the application form for CLAT 2025 also be available in offline mode?

The application form of CLAT 2025 is available only in online mode. Also, any candidate who doesn’t complete online registration will not be considered for admission.

How can I join Success Mantra for CLAT?

You can enquire by visiting our center “SUCCESS MANTRA, GTB Nagar” and you can also apply through our website https://www.successmantra.in/contact-us

Why should I join Success Mantra for CLAT entrance exam preparation?

Success Mantra is the pioneer of law coaching institutes in Delhi and we also have an extraordinary result in Law entrance exams. 2000+ students of our students are already studying in the top law colleges of India.

What is the examination mode of CLAT 2025?

CLAT 2025 is a pen-pape based exam i.e. Offline Mode

What are the program offered by Success Mantra for CLAT entrance exam?

We provide two types of programs to our students– ‘Regular Classroom Program’ and ‘Crash Course Program’.

What time period of coaching is required to crack CLAT entrance exam?

You should give at least 5-6 months for the preparations of CLAT entrance exam, and to be become a rank holder, you should expand the dedication and preparation time to at least 10-11 months.

 Are Arts stream and Science stream students eligible for CLAT?

Yes, Arts stream, Science stream and even commerce stream students are eligible to take admission in CLAT. The candidate should have passed XII (10+2) examination from any recognized board, university, or council with a minimum of 50 percent marks or 45 percent marks respectively depending on the programme/institute they are aspiring to take admissions.

What is ‘Crash Course Program’ for CLAT?

Crash Course Program’ is also designed for comprehensive preparation of CLAT entrance exam by Success Mantra. The main feature of this program is that, the complete syllabus is taught within a short period of time, along with the tricks to attempt the question paper and guidance of proper study plan by experienced faculty is offered. The Crash Course Program starts 2 months prior to the exam date. You can register yourself any time online or visit by our Center.

What are the important documents required for registration in CLAT?

The following documents are required for the registration in CLAT:

  • Latest Passport size photograph (Dimension: 200 x 230 pixels/ Size: 20 to 50 KB)
  • Scanned copy of the signature of a candidate (Dimensions: 140 x 60 pixels/ Size: 10 to 20 KB).
  • The candidate should sign on white paper with Black Ink pen.
  • The image files (Photo & Signature) should be in JPG or JPEG format.
  • In case of Specially Abled Persons (SAP), a scanned copy of the certificate issued by the competent authority.

How much time did I spend for the preparation of CLAT entrance exam?

Apart from Success Mantra classes, you should spend 2-3 hours daily, for CLAT entrance exam preparation and should study in a scheduled manner. 

Is there any benefit to join any coaching institute for the preparations of CLAT?

CLAT rises in terms of difficulty level every year, it is important to join a good coaching institute as it provides routine, structure and hand holding to the preparation of an aspirant. Best CLAT coaching Institute can be judged by the parameters they focus on. Teaching faculty and study material should always remain the keen concerned part of an institute. Next, it focuses on mock tests, books, practice papers, online tests and role of management. Last but not the least, they should plan their batches.

What is the cost of CLAT application form?

The candidates will have to bear the bank transaction charges for online payment

  • For General/OBC/SAP and other category candidates: Rs.4,000/-
  • For SC/ST category candidates: Rs.3,500/-

I have spent major section of the day on my academic classes so, how can I prepare for entrance CLAT exam?

You can register yourself on our ‘Weekend Classroom Program’ through which you can easily prepare for CLAT entrance exam without disturbing your academic classes.

What is the strength of questions in CLAT exam?

CLAT question paper consists of 120 Questions which includes -

  • English including Comprehension:  20-26 
  • Legal Aptitude : 28-32
  • Logical Reasoning : 22-26
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs : 28-32
  • Quantitative Twchniques : 10-14

 What is the exam pattern of CLAT?

Exam Pattern CLAT 2024:

  • Mode: Online
  • Type: Objective Type (MCQ)
  • Time Duration: 2 Hours
  • No. Of Questions: 120
  • Marking Scheme: (+1) Marks For Correct and (-0.25) Mark for Incorrect Answer

 Is the CLAT application form fee refundable?

Once paid, the application fees will not be refunded.

 How can one fill the application form of CLAT?

The application form of CLAT has to be filled online. The online application form can be accessed from the CLAT website (www.clat.ac.in). A candidate does not need to send a hardcopy of the filled form to the CLAT authorities. 

What is the cost of CLAT application form?

  1.  For General/OBC/SAP and other category candidates: Rs.4,000/- 
  2.  For SC/ST category candidates: Rs.3,500/-

** The candidates will have to bear the bank transaction charges for the online payment.

What is the ‘Regular Classroom Program’ for CLAT?

‘Regular Classroom Program’ is designed for comprehensive preparation of the CLAT entrance exam by Success Mantra. The main feature of this course is that all subjects are taught from basic to advanced level, by a team of highly experienced faculties. You can register yourself any time for Regular Classroom Program.

 How can one register for CLAT ?

  • The candidate has to first register themselves for the first time on the portal. They need to click on the tab ‘CLICK HERE FOR NEW REGISTRATION’ and provide their name, personal e-mail ID and mobile number.
  • The system will automatically generate provisional registration number and password, which is shared with the candidate on the registered email-id and mobile number.
  • This registration number and password are to be used to log in to fill the Online Application.
  • The candidate should fill the required details in the application form and save the same before finally submitting it.

 Does Success Mantra offer the preparations of CLAT entrance exam?

Yes, we offer classroom sessions for CLAT entrance to our students.

 What are career opportunities after CLAT?

The simplest answer is that with a good CLAT score you can get admission in some of the best law institutes and after completing your degree, you can explore various career options. There are a plethora of job opportunities for Law graduates. For instance,

  • Job in Law firms
  • Litigation/Practice
  • Teaching/Lectureship in a Law institutions
  • PSU/Banking/Corporate Sector Jobs
  • Indian Corporate Law Services
  • Judiciary

Which is the most reputed college of Law in India?

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by 17 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their Under-Graduate (LLB) and Post-Graduate(LLM)  degree programs.

We provided you with a list of top Ten Law Colleges in India, according to an exclusive survey:

  • National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore.
  • National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad
  • National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal
  • West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences (WBNUJS), Kolkata.
  • Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur.
  • National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU).
  • Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar.
  • Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), Lucknow.
  • Rajiv Gandhi National Law University (RGNUL), Patiala.
  • Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna.

What is weekend batches?

Weekend Classroom Program” is designed by Success Mantra in which the classes are held on weekends – Saturday & Sunday. By offering 4 or 5 hours of class sessions, our experienced faculties complete the syllabus of CLAT entrance exam syllabus in time.

What are the important documents required for the registration?

Before filling the online form, make sure that one has the following documents:-

  • Latest Passport size photograph (Dimension: 200 x 230 pixels/ Size: 20 to 50 KB)
  • Scanned copy of the signature of a candidate (Dimensions: 140 x 60 pixels/ Size: 10 to 20 KB). The candidate should sign on white paper with Black Ink pen.
  • The image files (Photo & Signature) should be in JPG or JPEG format.
  • In case of Specially Abled Persons (SAP), a scanned copy of the certificate issued by the competent authority.

Is it possible to edit the form after submission?

No, it is not possible to edit the online application after the final submission of the form. So, our advice is to submit the filled in application form only after careful checking. 

Is it possible to edit the preference order of the NLUs after the declaration of result?

The candidate can fill the preference order for all Twenty (20) NLUs at the time of online application itself. Yes, change is allowed in the preference once the form is submitted by the candidate.

 What are the different options available to make the payment?

  1. Application fee can be paid online through net-banking /debit card / credit card/ pay wallet/ RuPay etc. or through offline mode by way of online- generated bank challan.
  2. Offline payments can be made after registering the application online and generating challans online. The print out of the challans generated have to be taken to the relevant bank for payment over the counter. Offline payments are to be made in CASH only.

From where will be the hall ticket/ admit card generated?

 

The Admit Card/Hall ticket can be downloaded by the candidate by logging into his/her LOGIN account.

The candidate has to take a print-out of the Admit Card/Hall Ticket and carry the same to the Examination Hall.

The admit card mentions all the important instructions that need to be taken into consideration.

What are some Top Law Colleges in India?

The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) rankings were announced by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) for the year 2018.  This was for the first time law colleges were ranked by the ministry.

The top 10 law colleges in India are:

  1. National Law School of India University, Bengaluru
  2. National Law University, New Delhi
  3. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
  4. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  5. National Law University, Jodhpur
  6. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  7. The West Bengal National University of Juridicial Sciences, Kolkata
  8. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow
  9. Symbiosis Law School, Pune
  10. Dr BR Ambedkar College of Law, Visakhapatnam

How is the life in a Top Law School in India?

Finally, after crossing all the hurdles of boards, entrance and counseling, you successfully land into your ‘destined’ law school. We have precisely used the term ‘destined’ over here because there are times when you don’t want to join a particular college but have no other options apart from it, and my dear friends life is all about unexpected things. So, below we have described certain things that are unique to a law school:

  1. CASES: Teaching in law school revolves around ‘cases’. Most of the teachers quote direct reference from different Supreme court, high court and district court cases. Initially, this is difficult for the students to adapt to this methodology. However with the passage of time, they start adapting to it. A well-stocked library comes to the rescue of the students as most of them prefer to read books in their free time to develop their understanding of the subject.
  2. MOOT COURTS: These are mock courts where students argue imaginary cases for practice. But this is one of the most fun-filled and loved exercise. Lawyers wait for it eagerly. There are inter-college national and international level moot competitions that take place during the course. This is one of the classic example of learning by doing. The simulated environment provides the students a feeler of the courts and they continue to hone their skills.
  3. PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING: This is the second most loved exercise at the law schools. They are often referred to as ‘PDs’ by the students. There are two parts to a Parliamentary debate – The Speakers, and the Adjudicators, both of whom are marked by the other. While this may seem strange at first, it’s only a matter of a few debates before one grabs the nuances of debating.

Both Moot courts and PDs help the students to develop their analytical and oratory skills. They understand the nuances and details of building an argument and putting them across in a right manner. Life of a budding lawyer revolves around Acts, Debates, Cases, Internships and placements, Moots, Research Papers, and Sports Fests. You will have to burn the midnight oil but at the same time you will equally enjoy the fests and inter college competitions.

Life in a law school can be truly described as the metamorphosis of a student from being an aspiring lawyer to an actual one.

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