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Hear From the Community

"I made the decision to sit for the LSAT—India test because it was the best option for a graduate student like me. More importantly, LSAT—India, a test for critical thinking skills has premier universities in the LSAC Global Law Alliance, and it seemed only fitting to take an exam that would automatically be considered by a greater number of law schools, rather than individually sitting for other college entrance exams. My advice to law aspirants would be to never settle for less when you know you can do so much better! Take mock tests, read read read! and make sure you're checking the webinars by LSAT—India, they really do help."

Divyanshi Bharadwaj,</br>Jindal Global Law School

Divyanshi Bharadwaj,
Jindal Global Law School

"It was in the month of February 2021, that I finally decided to pursue a career in law and started preparing for the law entrance exams. LSAT—India is one of the reputed exams conducted in the country and with conscious planning and preparation, one can score well. There were no technical glitches during the entire exam, as I was made to perform a complete system check by the LSAT—India team I was taken over by extreme nervousness at the time of result announcement, but as I opened the website, I saw that I has not only cleared LSAT—India but had got into several top universities part of LSAC Global Law Alliance including Alliance University."

Krishna Chaitanya,</br>Alliance School of Law

Krishna Chaitanya,
Alliance School of Law

"My experience of attempting LSAT—India was a very positive one as contrary to other mainstream exams, it does not test students on less useful parameters like memory but gives emphasis to reasoning and other related abilities. Aspirants should consider it because of this very reason. I chose NMIMS KPMSOL because it’s one of the premier law schools in our country and provides one with all the tools needed to become a great lawyer. My advice to law aspirants would be to become voracious readers as it’s the most important skill required in law school."

Pratham Bahilani</br>NMIMS Kirit  P. Mehta School of Law

Pratham Bahilani
NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

Prof. (Dr.) Nuzhat Khan,
Dean, School of Law, Bennett University

Before joining Bennett University as the Dean of law school in late 2020, I served as the Dean, Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia.I have supervised 18 PhD Scholars and have published 13 books and 18 research papers in my career as a law teacher...

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Prof. (Dr.) Alok Misra,
Dean, NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

I am serving as Dean, NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai & six other Schools of Law in other campuses at Navi Mumbai, Dhule, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore and Chandigarh of NMIMS (Deemed to be University) Mumbai, India...

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Prof. (Dr.) Vijay K. Singh,
Dean, UPES
School of Law

I am a humble student of law with the present responsibility of Professor and Dean at the School of Law. I have an experience of working with the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), a policy think tank of Govt. of India amongst others…

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"If a student is focussed and has set a goal to make a career in law, then the next step is to select a right college - A college that would prepare them for the profession. As, LSAT—India score is considered for admission purpose by most of the reputed private universities, it will be a gateway to some of the best private law schools in the country."

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran Gardner, </br> Dean, Alliance School of Law, Alliance University

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran Gardner,
Dean, Alliance School of Law, Alliance University

"LSAT—India is arguably a superior test for law admissions in India with focus on reasoning and reading comprehension. This Test comes with over 70 years of experience and expertise of Law School Admissions Council of USA. For last 11 years we have received the brightest law students of the country in our law school through LSAT—India Exam which is now AI-Enabled and Remote-Proctored in the best interest of student’s health and safety."

Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra </br> Associate Dean, Jindal Global Law School

Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra
Associate Dean, Jindal Global Law School

"Education in India has come a long way, particularly in the last two decades. Studying law has become one of the most preferred career choices among the aspirants. Law School Admission Council has been a steppingstone towards the success of Law aspirants. LSAC stands for its ethos of testing students for the skills essential to @Discover-the-Law in their journey to the summit. We at IFIM Law School believe in nurturing the future #SMARTLawyer and LSAC provides a #SMART option for the law students, not just once but twice. Kudos to LSAC for their unstinting efforts and proud to be their partner!"

Prof. Padmanabha Ramanujan </br> Dean, IFIM Law School

Prof. Padmanabha Ramanujan
Dean, IFIM Law School

"LSAT—India tests the students holistically and therefore, it is taken by top private law universities in India. It is appreciable that LSAT—India would be conducted online. I would like to convey my best wishes to the students taking up this exam and we look forward to welcoming them to our School of Law, Bennett University. We aspire to create lawyers who passionately deliver justice with a professional acumen."

Prof. (Dr.) Nuzhat Khan, </br> Dean, School of Law, Bennett University

Prof. (Dr.) Nuzhat Khan,
Dean, School of Law, Bennett University

"LSAT—India provides a high-level platform to test the aptitude and legal skills of students interested in law. It is a great opportunity for the students to apply for admissions to multiple renowned colleges by appearing in one exam."

Prof. (Dr.) Versha Vahini </br> HOD, Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University

Prof. (Dr.) Versha Vahini
HOD, Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University

"Daksha Fellowship is a novel experiment in legal education, heavily dependent on the quality of our fellows for its success. In this regard, we felt there are very few tests that measure all the qualities we look for in a Daksha Fellow – curiosity, clarity of thought and expression, legal acumen and reasoning abilities, and numerical thinking. LSAT—India stood out!"

Nandini Uchil </br> Director of Admissions, Sai University and Daksha Fellowship

Nandini Uchil
Director of Admissions, Sai University and Daksha Fellowship

"Law as a profession demands skills before knowledge and LSAT—India provides a platform that prepares the candidates for a competitive legal career. Appearing for a single test with a wide scope of colleges ensures the aspirants with the right choice of law school."

Prof. (Dr.) Mohd. Salim </br> Director, Lloyd Law College

Prof. (Dr.) Mohd. Salim
Director, Lloyd Law College

"LSAC is a professional global organization committed to innovate best possible ways to support aspiring law students and law schools across the globe. Their diligent work helps us in advising, admitting, teaching, and training law students to develop necessary hard and soft skills. As an international educator and Law Professor, I find the LSAC Global team, their student and law school support model very impressive, to the extent that we rely on LSAT—India in recruiting students with aligned interests and skill sets for our futuristic law degree programs. "

Prof. (Dr.) Azim Khan </br> Dean, Vijaybhoomi University School of Law

Prof. (Dr.) Azim Khan
Dean, Vijaybhoomi University School of Law

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