Delhi: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) today announced that it has successfully completed the administration of online remotely-proctored LSAT—India 2021. The LSAT—India 2021 was administered in multiple slots starting 29 May and completed on 5 June.
More than 5,200 law college aspirants took the LSAT—India 2021 exam administered over 5 days and 15 slots. Combined with the March administration, a total of 7602 LSAT—India exams were completed in 2021.
LSAC Global considers the health and safety of students and staff a top priority. Due to the emergency created by the COVID-19 pandemic, LSAC developed an online, remotely proctored format for the LSAT—India which enabled students to appear for the exam from the comfort and safety of their homes. No technical difficulties or challenges were reported in the administration of the LSAT—India and students and law colleges are now able to continue their admission cycle.
“Successful completion of LSAT—India 2021 in these tumultuous times will help students better manage the anxiety and stress which might arise from the uncertainty in admissions for the coming year. The fact that we were able to deliver the LSAT—India in an online, remotely proctored format, will enable students to continue their journey and for law schools to maintain continuity in the admission process for the coming academic year,” said LSAC Vice President Yusuf Abdul-Kareem.
The LSAT—India is a standardized test designed to measure the readiness of aspirants to take on the academic rigor of law college. The LSAT—India, often called the gold standard in admissions testing, is used widely by premier Indian law colleges for their admission process as it provides reliable insights on essential skills such as high-level reading, informal reasoning, and deductive reasoning. All these skills are proven to be essential for law school success.