he US-based Law School Administration Council (LSAC) has decided to conduct the LSAT-India entrance exam online. This will be the first time that the pen-paper test of LSAT-India will be taken over online.
Candidates seeking admission to law schools in India will be able to take the LSAT-India from June 14, 2020 using an online test delivery system.
The team is collaborating with Pearson VUE, a renowned brand in conducting computer-based tests to arrange the exam.
The decision has been taken to ease the student ability in taking the test from the comfort of home.
LSAC President and CEO Kellye Testy said in the statement, “The pandemic Covid-19 has a clear impact on how we live and how a business in conducted. Today, it is also affecting the spirit of the students. In-order to safeguard the interests of the students, we shall offer a technologically advanced entrance exam this year.”
He added, “The test will be transparent, and fair for every student. Strong security measures will be embraced.”
What is LSAT-India?
The LSAC designed the exam specifically for students interested in studying law in India — American law schools do not accept this score. Over 50 law schools in India accept the scores of LSAT India.