The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) 2021 has been rescheduled to avoid its clash from CBSE 2021 exam. The LSAT 2021 exam which was previously going to be held on 10 May is now rescheduled to be held on 14 June. This was done to provide the participating candidates an adequate time for preparation for the exam. The exam will be held over a span of several days starting from 14 June.
The LSAT India has announced that it will open an administration window on 25 March for the candidates who are willing to give the exam before the CBSE exam. It has also mentioned that the registration window will open from 3 February till 14 March. The authority stated that the candidates appearing in the exam can use the marks obtained to apply for law college admission. The authority also stated that they have provided the option of retaking the test so that students can improve their scores for preferred colleges.
The authority has announced that those candidates registering before 12 February will be given a special discount on the test fee for the March and June sessions. Those candidates registering afterwards have to pay the standard registration fee for both March and June sessions.
About LSAT 2021
Due to the pandemic situation, the LSAT 2021 exams is going to be held through an “online test delivery system”. LSAT exam is conducted by Pearson VUE on behalf of USA based LSAC. The LSAT-India score is valid and accepted by the member institutions of LSAC Global Law Alliance and some other law colleges in the country.