LSAT: India announces an additional online test date of 26 July
The Law School Admission Council

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) today announced that LSAT — India would also be administered on an additional day—26 July as well as for candidates affected by the postponement or cancellation of the various law entrance exams in the country. The registration date was also reopened from 7 July 12:00 noon to 11:59 pm on 10 July to allow students to sign up for their first online LSAT India test.

The online LSAT — India exam will still be conducted as of 19 July using the remote online test delivery system to allow candidates to test the safety and comfort of their homes. The delivery will now take place in 3 slots over 5 days, with an additional day of 26 July added for new law applicants.

This is to provide students another opportunity to sign up for the first online LSAT—India test. We urge students wishing to take the online LSAT—India from the comfort and security of their own home to register as soon as possible at and no later than 10 July, the statement said.

LSAT — India is a law school admission test for multiple colleges that will be provided in July for secure online learning during the COVID-19 emergency. LSAT — India is a standardized examination adopted by various law colleges across India as admission criteria. It measures the qualities that are deemed necessary for success in law schools.

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