Wednesday 20 February 2013

LSAC LSAT Law School Admission Test 2013

LSAT is the acronym of law admission test. LSAT exam which is a half day exam conducted 4 times in a year. LSAT conducted in United States, Canada, Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Middle East,  Africa, Asia, South America, Central America, and Mexico  in the month of October, December, February and June. LSAT is the essential requirement for admission in law Scholl of US, Canada, Arabians and some other international law school world wide. Lsat conducted in mostly country on Saturday and Monday. For Fall Admission in law school Law school demands LSAT score of December score of June and September are also checked. A candidate may not participate in LSAT more the 3 time in any 2 year period.

Structure of LSAT / pattern
Total Section: 5 (35 minuet for each section)
Score of 4 out of 5 section mostly asked by various law schools
5th section refers as Variable section
35 minuet for writing sample at the end of lsat.
Marks of writing sample will not added in score but copy of writing sample will be sent for those law school where you are going to apply.
Question of lsat will be related to Reading comprehension question, Analytical reasoning question Logical reasoning questions

LSAT Application Fee as are follows
Basic Fee of lsat : 160 $ and credential Assembly service CAS 155 $
Auxiliary fee :  Late registration Fee : 69$
Changes in Test Centers $ 35 , changes in dates $ 80 ,
Domestic Test Center Fee : $ 255, and international $ 339
You can deposit your application form fee via check, Money order, payable at Law school admission council (LSAC) or via VISA master card, .

Important Date of Upcoming LSAT 2013
10 June 2013, 11 June 2013 (Europe/Middle East/Africa) , 23 June Asia/Australia/New Zealand , 5 October  2013 , 6ocober 2013 in Asia/Australia/New Zealand, 9 December 2013 at Sabbath Observers
8 February 2014 , 10 February 2014 at Sabbath Observers, 23 February 2014 Asia/Australia/New Zealand)

How to apply for LSAT; if you hold the all eligibility criteria for last then you can apply for upcoming LSAT 2013 on the official LSAC
For of all fill registration form for at LSAC via creating account on at LSAC. Here you can also purchase Test Preparation material.

LSAT score: LSAT scale that ranges from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 the highest possible score. This is done through a statistical procedure known as equating, a method that adjusts for minor differences in difficulty between test forms


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