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LSAC moves exam date for LSAT - India to June 2022

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Posted on 23 Mar 2022
14:24 PM
LSAC has made available LSAC LawPrep, a digital learning platform for students to prepare for competitive law school entrance exams.

LSAC has made available LSAC LawPrep, a digital learning platform for students to prepare for competitive law school entrance exams. Source: Pixabay

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Registration for the LSAT—India will now close on 8 June 2022
LSAC is also ensuring that LSAT—India does not clash with other national-level law entrance tests such as CLAT and AILET

In response to the postponement of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII examinations, LSAC has announced that the May administration of the 2022 LSAT—India will now be conducted over multiple days and slots starting 22 June 2022. The test has been moved from the week of May 9 to the week of June 22.

Due to the recent announcement of CBSE Term 2 exams for Class XII students, LSAC has taken the decision to make sure that exams will not fall on concurrent dates. LSAC is also ensuring that LSAT—India does not clash with other national-level law entrance tests such as CLAT and AILET. This would give students the flexibility to adequately prepare for all examinations.

Due to the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, LSAT—India has been administered through an online test delivery system utilizing artificial intelligence-assisted remote proctoring to secure the integrity and validity of the test. This format enables students to do the exam from the safety of their homes as well as continue with their law school entrance processes without interruption.

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Registration for the LSAT—India will now close on 8 June 2022.

To help students prepare for the exam, LSAC has made available LSAC LawPrep, a digital learning platform for students to prepare for competitive law school entrance exams. Based on more than 70 years of testing research and experience, LSAC LawPrep is designed to assist students in the development and evaluation of the much needed critical thinking skills needed for a successful legal education journey. The platform includes an extensive library of practice exams that students can take multiple times on the same digital interface as the real test thus offering a more complete LSAT—India test day experience.

Last updated on 23 Mar 2022
15:53 PM
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