LSAT India Counselling 2017

June 8, 2017 803 Team EC

LSAT India Counselling 2017 – The schedule for LSAT India 2017 counselling is scheduled to be announced soon. The result has been announced and candidates scoring the minimum cutoff scores will be shortlisted for LSAT India counselling 2017 rounds. Each of the participating institutes will have their own LSAT India 2017 counselling schedule and process. Also, the list of shortlisted candidates for LSAT India counselling rounds will vary Institute-wise. The shortlisted candidates are required to participate in the counselling rounds for admission to the 5-years BA LLB, B.Com LLB and B.Sc. LLB programmes. A total of 82 law schools will be accepting the LSAT India 2017 score. To access the LSAT India result, a link is provided in this page for the convenience of the candidates. Know more about LSAT India Counselling 2017 from this article.


LSAT India Counselling Rounds 2017

Pearson VUE won’t be releasing any schedule for the counselling rounds of LSAT India 2017. A total of 82 law schools will be accepting the LSAT India scores and will each Institute will have their own counselling process. The schedule for LSAT India Counselling will differ with the institutes. To be eligible for the counselling rounds, the candidates are required to score the minimum cutoff scores. The participating institutes will have their own cutoff scores which will vary from each other. For details regarding the LSAT Counselling rounds, the candidates can visit the official websites of the participating Institutes.

LSAT India Counselling Process 2017

Check the counselling process for LSAT India 2017 from the points given below –

  • With the release of the LSAT India result, Pearson VUE will send the scores to the participating Institutes.
  • Admission into these 76 law schools will be based on their respective admission procedures.
  • The candidates will be shortlisted for the counselling rounds according to their merit

LSAT India Counselling 2017 - Participating Institutes

The LSAT India 2017 scores will be accepted by a total of 82 Law Schools. Some of the renowned Law schools of the nation is provided in the table below. As mentioned above, each of these law schools will have their own LSAT India Counselling schedule and shortlist of candidates.

Alliance School of Law, Alliance University Auro university School of Law Central India College of Law College of Legal Studies (UPES) Faculty of Law, ICFAI University
GD Goenka University School of Law, Gurgaon G.H. Raisoni Law School NCU Law School JSS Law College K.R. Mangalam University
KLE Society’s Law College MATS Law School O P Jindal Global University Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law School of Law, Gitam University
School of Law, Noida International School School of Law, Ansal University School of Law, Sharda university VIT Law School School of Law, Galgotias University
Chotanagpur Law College Faculty of Law,ICFAI University Faculty of Law, ICFAI University The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education Faculty of Law, SGT University
Faculty of Law, SRM University Raffles School of Law, Raffles University IFIM Law College Lovely Professional University Saveetha College Of Law

LSAT India Cutoff 2017

The cut off scores of LSAT India are the minimum marks obtained by the various participating law schools. A candidate must obtain the minimum cut off marks to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds. The LSAT India cut off scores are being prepared on the basis of various factors such as the total number of test takers, the difficulty level of the test, availability of seats, etc. Each of the participating law schools will have their own cutoff scores and will vary from each other. Also, the LSAT India 2017 cutoff scores will vary with the category of candidates.

About LSAT India 2017

Law School Admission Test 2017 was conducted by Pearson VUE, on behalf of Law School Admission Council (LSAC), USA. The test was held in offline mode for admission into the 82 law schools of India. The test will be challenging the reasoning and reading skills of the candidates. The candidates were provided 140 minutes to attempt 100 questions. The questions were based on Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. The result has been announced and 82 law schools will be accepting the LSAT India score.