New Delhi, November 11 | LSAT India 2021 Registration has been started by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) from November 10, 2020 on the official website discoverlaw.in.
The interested and eligible candidates can apply for LSAT India 2021 now by registering themselves on the official website.
The Application Form Filling has been started from November 10, 2020 and the last date to submit the same is January 15, 2021 (without late fee) and April 20, 2021 (with Late fee).
LSAT entrance test is conducted every year to offer admission into UG/ PG and integrated law courses. Students must have to qualify this entrance test to get admission into renowned law colleges of the country.
The LSAT India 2021 Examination is scheduled to be conducted from May 10, 2021 onwards in online proctored mode.
LSAT India 2021 Registration – Important Dates
The important dates regarding LSAT India 2021 is as provided below:
|LSAT India Exam Events||LSAT India Exam Dates|
|Start date for LSAT India online registration||10-Nov-2020|
|Last date to fill LSAT India application form with fee of Rs 3,499||15-Jan-2021|
|Last date to fill LSAT India application form with fee of 3,799||20-Apr-2021|
|Download LSAT India admit card||To be announced|
|LSAT India 2021 exam date||10-May-2021 onwards|
|Declaration of results||To be announced|
LSAT India 2021 Registration – Steps To Apply
To Apply for LSAT 2021, follow the below provided steps:
Step 1: Online Registration for LSAT India exam
Step 2: Filling the application form
Step 3: Pay LSAT India Application Fee
Step 4: Application Form Submission
About LSAT India 2021
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) – India is an entrance exam conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. The test is conducted to shortlist law aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level courses offered at more than 85 law colleges in India.
LSAT India 2021 will be held online. The law entrance exam will be held as a remote proctored test that candidates can take from the comfort of their house.
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