LSAT 2019 comprises questions based on Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. As observed from the previous year question papers, all the major questions appear from these topics only. LSAT is conducted by the USA-based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admission into different Law schools in India. The candidates have to complete their education till 10+2 level from a recognized board, to be eligible for LSAT.
There are 4 sections in the LSAT exam:
Logical Reasoning (Part 1)
Logical Reasoning (Part 2)
The nature of the questions will be an objective (i.e.) multiple-choice format
The number of choices provided in a question will be 4-5.
Time allotted for LSAT examination 02 hours and 20 minutes duration without any break. The Law School Admission Test-India 2018 will consist of the following sections.
Total no of questions- 92-100
Mode of Exam is pen & paper based.
Approximately 35 minutes will be allotted to attempt each section.
Each correct answer will be allotted 1 mark
There is no negative marking in case of a wrong answer or unattended question.
The questions are based on the student’s ability to understand the structure of relationships and to arrive at logical conclusions about these structures.
The questions in this LSAT Test section are based on complex analysis that a law student is expected to perform during the course of legal problem-solving.
The questions in this LSAT test section are designed to test your ability to analyze, evaluate, and complete arguments in most ordinary and understandable language (layman terms).
These questions are designed to test the student's ability to think critically and in the legal context of affairs.
You will be required to attempt comprehension based passages where you are required to read the passage and answer the questions that follow.
The skills required to score well with this section include drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying rules and principles and also identifying flaws in the argument.
The questions in this LSAT Test section are designed to examine the student's ability to read, understand, and describe insight complex material identical to the ones asked in law school.
The students are given reading material followed by four to nine questions that judge reading and reasoning abilities.
The Reading Comprehension section comprises four sets of reading passages.
The LSAT 2019 exam will have four sections. Candidates will be given approx 35 minutes to attempt each section.
Time management is required to solve the complete paper efficiently.
Answers have to be filled on OMR answer sheet provided to them. The candidates must fill the answer sheet very carefully otherwise the computer will reject your answers.
All the sections have the equal number of questions and each question holds 1 mark so the aspirants must prepare all the 4 sections thoroughly.
There is no criterion of negative marking in LSAT India 2018 exam. So, the candidates must attempt all the questions in the exam for a better score.
The candidate should solve a lot of sample papers, mock tests and previous year question papers for a better knowledge of pattern and type of questions.
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