LSAT India Preparation 2024: Subject-wise Preparation Tips, Strategy & Guide

Law School Admission Test - India 2024 ( LSAT India )

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Updated on May 17, 2024 09:14 IST

LSAT India Preparation 2024 - The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) conducts the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India on several days. The examination is being held as a remotely proctored online test. The LSAT India exam is designed to test the reasoning and analytical skills of students. The question paper of LSAT India comprises of four sections which are, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1 & 2, and Reading Comprehension. Candidates should begin LSAT—India 2024 preparation only after knowing all about the exam pattern, syllabus, and other details. Read here tips to prepare for LSAT India

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Step-wise Preparation Plan for LSAT India 2024

Step 1: Know the LSAT India exam pattern and LSAT syllabus 

Step 2: Make a preparation strategy

Step 3: Gather reference books and study material

Step 4: Practice mock tests and revise 

Q:   Can one prepare for the LSAT India in one month?

A:

Yes, one can prepare for the LSAT India in one month with the right approach. The following expert advice may help you prepare for the LSAT in one month: 1. The Reading Comprehension section carries 24 questions, which are to be completed in 35 minutes. For this section, you can focus on vocabulary and limit the time spent on passages. 2. You can score well in logical reasoning and analytical reasoning by practicing mock tests. 3. The reasoning section is important as well as challenging. You should devote more time to this section in a month. 4. Practice mental calculations to improve your speed when answering data analysis questions. 5. Devote more time to practicing than to reading anything new. 6. Only focus on important and recurring topics based on the previous year's LSAT India question paper. 7. You can make short notes for these important themes, but the focus should be on improving accuracy in reasoning.

 

 

Q:   What are the important topics related to Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT India exam?

A:

The main topics related to the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT India entrance exam are those that aim to analyse the analytical abilities of candidates. Candidates need to provide solutions to problems by considering the given situations and scenarios in the analytical reasoning section of the LSAT India exam. The main topics related to the section are statements and syllogism, directions, coding-decoding, blood relations, course of action, and ranking and time sequence. Studying these topics well can provide candidates with a strong command of the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT India exam. Candidates also need to check the practise materials published by reputed publications and LASC Prep materials to practise all the important and relevant topics related to Analytical Reasoning section of the exam.

 

 

LSAT India Exam Pattern and Syllabus 2024: An Overview

LSAT India 2024 Exam Pattern

The exam pattern of LSAT India has been mentioned below:

LSAT India Test Features 

Exam Pattern Details 

Exam name

Law School Admission Test - India

Popularly known as

LSAT India

Exam mode

Online 

Exam duration 

2 hours and 20 minutes

Test Language 

English only

Type of questions

Objective-type questions 

Sections 

Four subjects based on three subjects

Sectional weightage

23 questions each for Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning 2 

22 questions for Logical Reasoning 1

24 questions for Reading Comprehension

Total questions

92 Questions (approx.)

Total marks 

On a scale of 420-480 

Knowing the LSAT India 2024 exam pattern will help you understand how the test will be conducted, its duration, and the number of questions in its question paper.

LSAT India Syllabus 2024

Pearson VUE, the LSAT India conducting body on behalf of LSAC Global, does not provide a specific syllabus for LSAT India. However, it provides information about the sections or subjects from which questions are asked in the law entrance test. Based on this information, the main topics of the LSAT India syllabus have been mentioned below:

Analytical Reasoning

The main topics of the Analytical Reasoning section are the following:

  • Statement and Conclusion
  • Syllogism 
  • Arrangements and Grouping
  • Coding-Decoding

Logical Reasoning 1 and Logical Reasoning 2

LR 1 and LR 2 sections include the following main topics: 

  • Calendars 
  • Number and Letter Series
  • Blood Relations
  • Seating Arrangements

Reading Comprehension

Passage-based questions in asked in the Reading Comprehension section of LSAT India. These passages are generally related to the following subjects: 

Q:   How can I decide whether a book is good for the LSAT India preparation?

A:

To decide which books are best for preparation for the LSAT India exam, candidates must choose the books based on the exam pattern and syllabus. Thus, before buying a book for the LSAT India exam, aspirants must know the syllabus and pattern of the exam. Other factors that must be considered while buying books for the LSAT India exam are that the books must be written and published by reliable authors and publications. These books should be in the latest edition. Candidates can buy section-wise books or books that can help in the preparation for all sections of the LSAT India exam. They can also buy LSAT LawPrep materials, which come in Platinum, Gold, Silver, and PreTest. These materials are relevant to the actual exam pattern and questions because they are published by Pearson VUE, the administrative authority for the LSAT India exam. They can be purchased on the websites of LSAT India, LSAT India. In, and LSAC, discoverlaw. In.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of LSAT India 2023?

A:

The marking scheme has not been specified by LSAC India and the scoring will be done on a scale of between 420 and 480. The LSAT India score is interpreted in the form of percentile. Candidates will receive a percentile ranking between 420 and 480. However, all candidates who want to appear in the LSAT India must know that the total number of questions asked in the exam is 92. Candidates receive one mark for answering each question correctly. No, penalty of mark deduction is applied when candidates answer a question incorrectly. Moreover, LSAT India exam takers also need to note that there is no cutoff related to the LSAT India. All colleges or institutes that accept LSAT India prefer different percentiles obtained by ISAT India exam takers for admission to different law courses.

 

LSAT India Subject-wise Preparation Tips 2024

Candidates can go through LSAT India prep tips for each section of the exam below:

LSAT India 2024 Prep Tips for Reading Comprehension Section

The section carries 24 questions to be completed in 35 minutes. While there is no need to go frenzy to attempt the examination, candidates should increase their reading skills. Few tips to prepare the section are: 

  • Read books, novels, and blogs to increase reading speed 
  • Spend time understanding the correct meaning of sentences 
  • Improve vocabulary with help of podcasts, videos, and even word games 
  • Limit the time consumed in solving passage-based questions

LSAT India 2024 Prep Tips for Logical Reasoning Sections

There will be two sections of Logical Reasoning i.e LR 1 & 2 which totals the number of questions to 45 out of a total 115. Therefore, making it the major section of the LSAT India exam. Candidates should prepare the section as under:

  • Understand the questions before reaching conclusions 
  • Clear concepts and learn tricks to solve the questions based on patterns, arrangements, and sequencing 
  • Improve vocabulary to deal with 'wordy sentences' 

LSAT India 2024 Prep Tips for Analytical Reasoning Section

The section will carry 23 questions to be attempted in 35 minutes. Therefore, candidates should improve their speed and accuracy to attempt the section. The questions will be based on charts, graphs, and data and require candidates to analyse it to reach the correct answers. 

  • To be quick in data analysis, candidates should practice mental calculations 
  • Learn to identify the type of question before attempting
  • Don't stop practicing the mock test papers 

Career in Law through 5-year LLB 

Candidates who want to get admission to a 5-year LLB course after Class 12 can watch the following video to learn about career opportunities in the field of law. 

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Q:   How can I crack the LSAT India exam?

A:
Candidates can crack the ISAT India with the help of consistent preparation and the right study materials. They need to prepare a schedule and follow it to dedicate time to the ISAT India preparation every day. They can read the best books for the preparation of the ISAT India. To prepare for the logical reasoning, they can practise questions in the book, "A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal. " To prepare for the analytical reasoning section, they can study "Analytical Reasoning by M K Pandey. " The book "Guide to Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension" by Pearson Publication can help them prepare for the Reading Comprehension section of the ISAT India. The ISAT India preparation materials can also help them prepare for the ISAT India exam. These materials can be purchased through discoverlaw. In.
 

Q:   What is the difficulty level of the LSAT India?

A:

The difficulty level of the LSAT India exam is moderate to difficult. The exam has lengthy questions, and reading these questions takes time. In addition, candidates also need time to solve all these questions. But the time limit to solve all the questions is 2 hours and 20 minutes, or 140 minutes. Thus, they get very little time to read and solve lengthy questions in the question paper of the LSAT India exam, which increases its difficulty. Moreover, the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT India exam is difficult. On the contrary, the questions in the LSAT India are not based on General Knowledge and Quantitative Aptitude or Mathematics. The absence of these two sections that requires continuous practice makes the LSAT India exam easier than the CLAT and AILET exam. The sections under which questions are asked in the LSAT India exam are Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning 1, Logical Reasoning 2, and Reading Comprehension. All LSAT India exam takers need to note that the difficulty level of all exams depends on your preparation. If you prepare well, you can crack the LSAT India and other entrance exams.

 

 

Q:   How is Logical Reasoning 1 different from Logical Reasoning 2 for LSAT India?

A:

Both sections, Logical Reasoning 1 and Logical Reasoning 2, carry questions based on logic. However, LR 1 will test the ability of candidates to analyse, critically evaluate, and complete arguments through logical reasoning questions based on passages or scenarios. LR 2 tests the ability of candidates to make decisions based on provided statements. They are required to analyse statements by using their reasoning ability and make conclusions based on them. The main topics related to LR 2 section of the LSAT India are statement-conclusion, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying principles or rules, and identifying argument flaws. Each section of logical reasoning in the exam must be solve within 35 minutes. After 35 minutes, candidates will not able to access the section.

 

 

Books for LSAT India preparation 2024

Below are some recommended books that will prove helpful in the preparation of the LSAT India exam: 

Book for LSAT India preparation Author
Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning for the CLAT and LLB Entrance Examinations AP Bhardwaj
Legal Aptitude for the CLAT and other Law Entrance Examinations: A Workbook AP Bhardwaj
Thinking Like a Lawyer: A New Introduction to Legal Reasoning Frederick Schauer
Superprep Book for LSAT India  Pearson VUE

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Q:   Which books should I prefer for LSAT preparation?

A:
Candidates can find the list of these books here. The best books for ISAT India Logical Reasoning are "A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning" by RS Aggarwal, "501 Challenging Logical Reasoning Practice Book" by Learning Express, and "Objective Logical Reasoning by Vikas Experts. " The best books for ISAT India Analytical Reasoning include "Shortcuts in Reasoning" by Odisha Experts, "Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey, and "Reasoning for CLAT AILET SLAT & Other Law Entrance Exams with Previous Year Questions" by Odisha Experts. To prepare for the ISAT India Reading Comprehension, candidates can study "Objective General English" by Andhra Pradesh Bhardwaj, "Guide to Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension" by Pearson, and "Word Power Made Easy" by Norman Lewis. The book that can help with the preparation for all sections of the ISAT India exam is "A Comprehensive Guide for CLAT & LL.B. Entrance Examinations" by Sirisha Naresh and Padma Parupudi. The best resources to prepare for the preparation for ISAT India are the LSAC LawPrep materials provided by LSAC. These materials can be purchased through the website of ISAT India (exam authority).. .
 

Q:   How can I decide whether a book is good for the LSAT India preparation?

A:

To decide which books are best for preparation for the LSAT India exam, candidates must choose the books based on the exam pattern and syllabus. Thus, before buying a book for the LSAT India exam, aspirants must know the syllabus and pattern of the exam. Other factors that must be considered while buying books for the LSAT India exam are that the books must be written and published by reliable authors and publications. These books should be in the latest edition. Candidates can buy section-wise books or books that can help in the preparation for all sections of the LSAT India exam. They can also buy LSAT LawPrep materials, which come in Platinum, Gold, Silver, and PreTest. These materials are relevant to the actual exam pattern and questions because they are published by Pearson VUE, the administrative authority for the LSAT India exam. They can be purchased on the websites of LSAT India, LSAT India. In, and LSAC, discoverlaw. In.

 

Q:   What is LSAT India Super Prep?

A:
LSAC provides a Super Prep Book for candidates appearing in LSAT India. The book is a combination of preparation material, test papers, explanations, answer keys, and other related information. Interested candidates can get the book either while filling out the application form or separately from the official website. The price of LSAT India SuperPrep is INR 1199. It can be purchased online through the LSAC website. The main benefit of using this practise material is that it can help exam takers get an overview of the real LSAT India exam. Thus, they will be able to understand the types of questions asked in the entrance examination, along with the sections under which these questions are asked.
 

LSAT India Mock Tests 2024

LSAC provides official prep material for LSAT India exam including sample questions and online mock tests and candidates can download the books from below: 

Preparation Materials for LSAT India

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) provides preparation materials for the LSAT exam, which include highly relevant preparation materials. Candidates need to purchase these materials through Pearson VUE's (LSAC's partner organisation) website, https://pearsonvue.excelindia.com/lsatindia/. Check the following LSAC preparation materials and their respective price:

Test Prep Materials (By Pearson VUE)
Material Price (in INR)
PreTest INR 100
Platinum Series INR 6,899
SuperPrep INR 1,199

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