In my experience
" LSAT – India appeared much more suited to the needs of law school, as opposed to other competitive exams. Having spent four years in law school, I know that a focus on language, analytical and logical reasoning abilities is far more important for law school than say, memorising general knowledge and practicing arithmetic. I feel that it tests how quickly a student can think on their feet. Considering how diverse law statutes and judgments are, I feel that an ability to think spontaneously and provide an analysis is a wonderful skill for law students. "
Jindal Global Law School
An aspiring academician interested in human rights, gender and immigration laws. His academic interests include interdisciplinary studies of religion, law and human rights.