LSAT India Result 2017 – Pearson VUE will be conducting the LSAT India 2017 on April 23, 2017, in a paper and pencil based mode. The result is scheduled to be announced on May 20, 2017, and the result will be accepted by more than 76 Law schools all over India. With the release of the result, the various participating Institutes will be releasing their cutoff scores. The result for LSAT India 2017 will be available online and the candidates can access the same from this article. Know more about the LSAT India Result 2017 from the article below.
About LSAT India Result 2017
The score for LSAT India will be available in percentile ranking i.e. the score will be compared to all the candidates who took the test. To access the LSAT India 2017 result, the candidates are required to login into their LSAT accounts. Once the candidates are able to access their scorecard, they are requested to download the same and keep a copy of it for future reference. The test checks the candidate’s critical thinking and reading capacity in comparison to the other candidates. The validity of the score card is only for a year.
Steps to download the LSAT India Score Card
As mentioned above, the LSAT India result will be available online and the candidates can access the same from this article. In order to download the LSAT India Score Card, the candidates can follow the steps given below –
- Click on the link provided in this article.
- The official result portal will open and the candidates are required to log in using their email address and password and click on the Sign In button.
- Click on the Result tab.
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Take a printout of the result and keep a copy of it for future reference.
LSAT India Cutoff 2017
More than 76 law schools will be accepting the scores for LSAT India 2017. With the release of the result, these Institutes will be releasing their cutoff scores. LSAT India or Pearson VUE won’t be releasing any cutoff score. The cutoff marks are the minimum scores that the candidates must score to be eligible for the pre-admission rounds of the participating Institutes. Each participating law school has their own cutoff scores and will vary from each other.
Note: There are no sectional cutoff marks. The result is based on the overall performance of the candidates. Each of the section will weigh equally in score calculation.