10-08-2014, 08:35 PM
The LSAT is a standardized test designed by the USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The test is designed to test the skills of reading and verbal reasoning to be used for law schools in India. While the test is designed so that puts the skills of critical thinking goes, there is no question to test the candidate's knowledge prior notice. There is no mathematical Affairs, current and grammar based questions. Although critical thinking skills are tested with three types of questions;
The LSAT-India has two sections logical reasoning questions and a section of analytical reasoning and reading comprehension questions. The test is a test of work-and-pencil format consists of multiple choice questions wih some four answer choices and five others but always an answer. Note that the LSAT does not penalize buyers with any negative scores, so only the correct answers to make your way to achieve this result. Therefore, students are advised to not leave any blank answer all questions and try to guess if it means some of the answers. The LSAT-India score dozens of undergraduate and postgraduate programs test is performed on a percentile basis, comparing the performance of each candidate to the other candidate in the group (five-year integrated LL.B. program or two years LL.LL. m. / three anys.B. program).
Therefore, a total of four questions that have approximately 92-100 questions and will be completed in 2 hours 20 minutes. During the test, the candidate can only work on the section currently being timed. They do not allow a return to previous section or forward it to back even if they finish a section before time is called.