LSAT—India registration date extended to June 7 due to strong interest in new online format
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced today the extension of registration for the new online LSAT—India exam unveiled last week. Students who wish to take the online LSAT—India from the comfort and security of their own home should register as soon as possible, and no later than 7 June.
The online LSAT—India will be administered on several days starting June 14, using an online test delivery system with artificial intelligence-assisted remote proctoring to ensure the integrity and validity of the test.
After the registration closure date, all registrants will receive communication and a mock practice test to help them get prepared for taking the test on the online delivery format.
“We’ve seen very strong interest in our online June LSAT—India exam that students can take in the safety of their own homes,” said Yusuf Abdul-Kareem, Vice President, LSAC. “We think it’s so important that students be able to continue their education journeys despite the COVID-19 emergency, so we are very pleased to offer this safe and secure testing opportunity. Given the level of interest, we are extending the registration deadline so more students can take advantage of the new online format.”
LSAT—India is a single test for admission to 12 different Indian law schools, which represents a huge savings for students and families both in terms of time and money. The schools which accept the LSAT—India are:
- Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University
- JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University
- IFIM Law School
- Vijaybhoomi School of Law, Vijaybhoomi University
- SVKM’s NMIMS Kirti P. Mehta School of Law
- Hindustan School of Law, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Law
- MIT-WPU Faculty of Law
- UPES School of Law
- Adamas University
- VIT School of Law
- Bennett University
- Manav Rachna University
Currently, the LSAT—India is the only law school admission test for multiple colleges that is available for safe online testing during the COVID-19 emergency. The LSAT—India’s online proctored format will allow candidates to test from the convenience and safety of their homes.