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LSAT 2021 Exam Date Scheduled; To Be Conducted From 29th May In Online Mode

In the light of CBSE, ICSE and all major class 12 board exams getting postponed, the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) took an unprecedented decision to advance its previously scheduled June Test to 29th May.

Photo Credit : Jindal Global Law School,

LSAT-India 2021 application closes on 14th May and the exam will be conducted from 29th May to 2nd June.

In the light of CBSE, ICSE and all major class 12 board exams getting postponed, the Law School Admissions Council or LSAC, the USA-based non-profit known for organizing LSAT Test worldwide and LSAT-India Test for Indian law schools took an unprecedented decision to advance its previously scheduled June Test to 29th May.

- Students can download past papers of the exam for free from its official website. 

- Jindal Global Law School to complete 2021 admissions in June

- 14th May is the last date of application

AI-enabled and Remote-proctored LSAT-India Entrance Test to be held from 29th May to 2nd June.

Professor Anand Prakash Mishra, Associate Dean of Jindal Global Law School and Director of Law Admissions observed, "the Covid situation in the country demands early decisive action on the part of students and parents as well as the Universities and law schools like us to ensure higher studies of the youth must not suffer. As our law school is ready to commence its academic year on 1st August 2021 strictly as per our academic calendar, it's simply fantastic to receive the LSAT Results in the month of June and complete the entire admission process of law school in June itself. Students can take their 12th boards later and join their law school classes in August first week."

Professor Mishra further stated, "LSAT--India Test is critical for the admission process at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS). It is the only entrance test for the popular 5-year BA/BBA LLB (Hons.) program. It is also an important test for admission to the 3-year LLB, one-year LLM and the BA Legal Studies programs at JGLS. Further LSAT India is also a Test, the score of which has been used to award over 200 scholarships to the students enabling them to study at our law school."

Professor (Dr) C Raj Kumar, Founding Vice-Chancellor, OP Jindal Global University & Dean of Jindal Global Law School expressed his pleasure and satisfaction with this decision. He said, "advancing the test ends the perennial problem of one entrance exam conflicting with another putting students and parents under a lot of stress. There is no such conflict expected now and students can take their entrance exam peacefully."



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