Prepare for the Test
The multiple-choice questions that make up the LSAT─India reflect a broad range of academic disciplines and are not intended to give any advantage to candidates from a particular academic background. The LSAT─India does not include questions requiring the mastery of any specific discipline or set of facts. For example, it does not test your knowledge of history, political theory, mathematics, or even general knowledge. Rather, it is a test of important critical thinking skills acquired over your educational lifetime. Therefore, you don't need to learn facts by rote for the LSAT─India. You only need to practice the critical thinking skills that it assesses.
Suggested Overall Approach
First, familiarise yourself with the types of test questions. You can start by studying the Sample Questions with Explanations.
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The Official LSAT─India Handbook
When you register for the LSAT─India, you can also purchase a copy of The Official LSAT─India Handbook. This book provides details about the test pattern, types of questions, and other important information.
The Official LSAT─India SuperPrep
You can also purchase a copy of The Official LSAT─India SuperPrep when you register. This book contains one whole test with complete explanations for every correct and incorrect answer choice. This is a good place to begin practising test questions. Because there are explanations for every question, you can understand your results and assess your strengths and weaknesses.
The Official LSAT─India Prep Tests
After that you should continue practising using the available PrepTests, taking some test sections and then full tests under timed conditions. Be sure to analyse your performance and focus on improving.
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A main goal of preparing should be to not be surprised by anything on the test day.
Where to Go
You will select a preferred test centre when you register. Your test centre address will be mentioned on your admit card, which you can download from the registration portal a few days before the test. Be sure to reach the test centre no later than the reporting time indicated on the admit card. Latecomers will not be admitted. Only test takers will be allowed inside the test centre.
What to Bring
You must bring:
- Admit Card
- HB pencils
- Photo ID
You may also bring:
What Not to Bring: Anything Else!
Do not bring anything except the items listed above. Mobile phones and all other electronic items─including smart watches─are strictly forbidden in the test centre and will be a cause for dismissal.
Do not bring bags, backpacks, calculators, pens, etc.
Mobile phones and
all other electronic items
Bags or backpacks
Calculators and pens
Taking the Test
Once you have been seated and formally checked in for the test, you will receive your test materials—a test book and an answer sheet. You may open the test book only when instructed by the invigilator. Inform the invigilator immediately if your test book or answer sheet is torn, creased, or unreadable. You must enter all your answers on the answer sheet by blackening the circles completely.
Test sections are taken in the order that they appear in the test book. You are not permitted to go back to an earlier section or go forward to a later section, even if you finish before the section time is called.
You will receive one warning five minutes prior to the end of each section. You must put your pencil down when the invigilator announces that the time is over. Candidates found marking answers even after this announcement may be disqualified. After the test is over, you should remain seated until the invigilator collects and accounts for the answer sheets and test books.
Taking a Break During the Test
There are no scheduled breaks during the test. If you elect to take a break, you will lose that much time from the total testing time allotted for the section and no extra time will be allotted. During a break, you may only use the restroom, and you may not talk to others or leave the area designated by the invigilator.
What Not to Do
Any attempt to impersonate, copy answers from another candidate, give answers to another candidate, or indulge in any other malpractice during the test may lead to cancellation of your score without the possibility of a retest. Evidence of cheating detected in post-test analysis may also lead to score cancellation without the possibility of a retest.