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LSAT India 2020 Registration Extended and Exam Date Postponed


In the wake of the unprecedent spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the Law School Admission Test-India (LSAT-India) has expectedly announced a revised date for its upcoming test. As per the new directive, LSAT-India 2020 Exam will now take place on May 17, 2020 instead of the earlier announced date of May 1, 2020.

LSAT India 2020 (Law School Admission Test-India) is an International Level Law Entrance Examination. Law School Admission Test-India Examination is conducted for offering admissions to various Law Colleges/Institutions of India. And, for Foreign Countries candidates, they need to appear for LSAT by LSAC (Law School Admission Council), USA.

Pearson Vue India – the leader in global computer based testing solutions for academic, government, and professional testing programs – organizes LSAT India Examination once in a year. The student aspirants of India get admissions in Law Courses offered in different countries like Canada and the USA through this examination. The aspiring candidates are advised to read the complete and detailed information related to Law School Admission Test (LSAT) 2020 India.

Kellye Testy, President and CEO, Law School Admission Council, USA has said that this decision was taken to avoid a clash of dates with board exams and provide all law aspirants the best possible opportunity to take the LSAT-India. The new test date will ensure that those seeking a career in law have the option to take the exam at a more convenient time.

LSAT India 2020 Registrations started on December 6, 2019. The last date of Registration has been extended to May 1, 2020 in lieu of the new revised exam date thus allowing for more aspirants to register. The Admit Card will be available for download from April 20 to April 30, 2020.

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