LSAT India 2023 Exam Day: Last Minute Tips and Exam Checklist

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Kritika Rai
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Updated on Feb 21, 2023 15:58 IST

Appearing for LSAT India 2023? Get here the last-minute tips for LSAT India 2023 including exam day guidelines and revision tips. Read here to know more. 

LSAT India is conducted twice in a year in two cycles: January Cycle and June Cycle. The Law School Admission Test for India 2023 was conducted on January 22 for first session in an online proctored mode, which candidates can take from their home itself. LSAC Global will conduct the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - India 2023 in June as well from June 8 to 11, 2023. The duration of the exam will be 2 hours 20 minutes for both sessions. The exam is held on several days in multiple test slots in a home-based test mode. This means that candidates can appear for LSAT-India exam in online mode as per their preferred slot. Check here last-minute tips and checklist for LSAT India 2023 to ace the exam.

LSAT India 2023 Last-Minute Tips

Candidates appearing for LSAT India 2023 can check here the last-minute tips to prepare for the exam day. 

Also Read: LSAT India 2023 Exam Day Guidelines for Online Home Proctored Test, Dos & Don’ts

Review the exam pattern

Candidates should thoroughly check the exam pattern and syllabus of LSAT India 2023 as shared by the exam authority: 


Question per section

Time allotted per section

Section A: Analytical Reasoning

23 questions

35 minutes

Section B: Logical Reasoning 1

22 questions 

35 minutes

Section C: Logical Reasoning 2

23 questions 

35 minutes

Section D: Reading Comprehension

24 questions 

35 minutes


92 questions

2 hours 20 minutes

Also Read: LSAT India 2023 Preparation Tips

Attempt all questions

There is no negative marking in LSAT India 2023. Therefore, candidates should prepare to attempt all the questions in the LSAT India question paper. Candidates should work on improving speed and accuracy for attempting all sections within the exam duration. When test-taking skills are good, the time taken to complete the exam will be reduced. 

Work on time-management

In LSAT-India exam, candidates have to attempt questions in a sequential manner, that is, they can move from one section to the next linearly. Each section of the exam is timed by the invigilator and aspirants are given 35 minutes to solve each exam section. Once the time is up for one section of LSAT-India, candidates have to immediately stop working on that particular section and move to the next test section. Also, once a candidate moves to the next LSAT India section, he/she cannot return to the previous exam section.

Thus, here it is very important that students have a time strategy in place and solve as many questions as they can by following their time management plan. Since there is no negative marking in LSAT-India 2023, it becomes imperative that candidates solve a maximum number of questions in the exam.

Solve and analyse mock test performance

Like any other law entrance exam, in LSAT India too, aspirants should solve as many sample papers and mock tests as they possibly can. This will help them understand the exam pattern and also develop an idea of how much time they require to solve each section of the LSAT India exam.

Additional tips to enhance productivity on the examination day

Sickness or any unfavourable health-related issues can affect the productivity of candididates. Thus, they need to be very careful about their health and follow the tips mentioned below to boost their productivity on the day of LSAT 2023 exam: 

  • Keep yourself hydrate on the day on the day before examination and on the exam day as well. Staying hydrated will give you more energy and help you perform well in the exam. Thus, keep a water bottle with you and drink water as per the requirements of your body. 
  • Before the exam, consume energy-boosting foods such as bananas, apples, and nuts.These food items will provide you with sufficient energy to enhance your performance during the exam. 
  • Do not appear in the examination with an empty stomach. Doing so will make you feel hungry. As a result, you will face difficulties during the examination. 
  • Get sufficient sleep the night before your exam. Sufficient sleep will help you feel refreshed and make your mind calm. A clam and refereshed mind will help you concentrate better during your LSAT exam. 
  •  You can also meditate in the morning before your examination to calm your mind. A calm mind will help you avoid distractions during the examination. 

Also Read: LSAT India Exam Analysis

LSAT India 2023 Exam Day Guidelines

Listed below are some essential points which aspirants should keep in mind while appearing for LSAT India 2023:

  • A place/ room where you can appear for the test should only contain your system along with webcam (if separate), two blank A4-size sheets, a pen/pencil, a water bottle and non-electronic insertable foam earplugs
  • Login to the test as per the reporting time mentioned on your registration dashboard. Any latecomers will not be allowed to take the test.
  • Do not indulge in any misconduct during the online exam such as using a mobile phone, referring to any study material, communicating with others, leaving your seat, taking the test in cyber café and recording the computer screen
  • Always be seated on your workplace and ensure that your face is covered on the webcam 

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