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Hear From the Community

"Unlike other law entrance exams, LSAT—India tests your aptitude and knowledge and not your general knowledge which requires rote memorisation. LSAT—India opens options to a lot of good private law schools and should be taken by each law aspirant. I used Khan academy extensively while preparing for
LSAT—India. It was of great assistance to me as I could mark my progress after each mock test taken. I chose BML Munjal University because of the faculty and their international immersion program. I have had a pleasant and positive experience so far with faculty members being approachable & having high teaching standards."

Hansi Jain,<br>BML Munjal University, School of Law

Hansi Jain,
BML Munjal University, School of Law

"The LSAT—India is a test that evaluates only the logical and analytical reasoning skills of a person, along with their reading and comprehending abilities. My experience appearing for this test, was very enlightening. I only appeared for
LSAT—India because unlike a lot of other law admission tests in India, LSAT—India is not based on rote-learning at all, but merely on logic and comprehension. I applied to GD Goenka University’s School of Law, as I found their program the most promising of all in Delhi-NCR. They have good faculty, international program and legal aid clinic. My advice to law aspirants is to shed any self-doubt they have, because the first step to accomplishing anything is trusting yourself. Also, don’t follow the herd, no matter how glorious the path is. "

Dhanvi Kadian,</br>GD Goenka School of Law

Dhanvi Kadian,
GD Goenka School of Law

"Being an NRI, attempting a law entrance examination abroad, peak-pandemic, was a difficult move, but taking the LSAT—India online was an untroubled experience with smooth assistance from the LSAC Global team. My aim was to go to a university rich in legal education and student cultural atmosphere; and my
LSAT—India scores helped me get into VIT Chennai, School of Law. Finding the right place to kickstart your legal education may be daunting, but attempting the LSAT—India aids in getting into the top law colleges of India, plus, trains you with reasoning skills that will for sure come in handy in law school."

Bhavna John, <br> VIT School of Law

Bhavna John,
VIT School of Law

"According to me, every law aspirant must consider taking the LSAT—India exam because it tests the knowledge as well as the analytical and reasoning skills of the students, which are crucial in the long run. The test paves the way to many prestigious private law schools, but the institution that caught my attention was UPES Dehradun. It is one of the few universities that offer various specializations in law and has an industry-aligned curriculum. UPES School of Law has tie-ups with leading universities abroad like The University of Law, UK, which take it a step higher. My advice to all the law aspirants? Give it your 100 per cent."

Aishi Mukherjee, </br> UPES School of Law

Aishi Mukherjee,
UPES School of Law

"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 have 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.) Pritam Baruah, </br> Dean, BMU School of Law

Prof. (Dr.) Pritam Baruah,
Dean, BMU School of Law

I am a legal theorist interested in how we can develop shared values in a plural world. Growing up in ethnically divided north-east India I saw how law and politics mixed both nobly and nefariously...

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

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

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.) Vijay K. Singh,</br> Dean, UPES </br>School of Law

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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"Legal professionals have a multi-dimensional role in the society as academicians, lawyers, policy makers etc. Amity Law School Lucknow is one of the renowned Institutions working towards carving the next generation Law Professionals. Here, we impart research & innovation driven education. The association with LSAC Global has enhanced our efforts to promote legal education. The LSAT—India Exam is a high-level exam that requires critical thinking skills and many esteemed law schools accepts admission from LSAT—India applicants."

Prof. (Dr.) Jay Prakash Yadav, </br> Director, Faculty of Law, Amity University Lucknow

Prof. (Dr.) Jay Prakash Yadav,
Director, Faculty of Law, Amity University Lucknow

"As research and innovation-driven University, dedicated to serving the local and regional communities, ALS aims to be a role model for institutions around the world seeking to achieve institutional excellence in higher education by fostering excellence in research, teaching, and legal services. LSAT—India is a national-level entrance test that is integral for admission into renowned Law Universities of India. At ALS we are always looking for students who are eager to get involved on and
off-campus and make a positive impact in the community. The applicants who desire to be part of Amity Universe will be assessed on legal aptitude, verbal reasoning skill, general awareness etc and we often look at LSAT—India score within the context of the rest of the application. Hence LSAT—India score may become necessary and the final arbiter of whether one can be admitted or not. Also, applicants should keep in mind that LSAT—India score can make a huge difference in the scholarships and grants eligibility. So, study hard for the LSAT—India before you take it (or take it again, if you’re confident you can improve) and join a dynamic community that allows you to explore your interests, pursue your aspirations and discover who you are."

Maj. Gen. Praveen Kumar Sharma (Retd), </br> Professor & Director Amity Law School

Maj. Gen. Praveen Kumar Sharma (Retd),
Professor & Director Amity Law School

"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 needs consistent, intelligent hard work. LSAT—India test score is accepted by many law schools in India and just one entrance test opens the doors for admission to multiple law schools. Building a strong career in law is a dream for many but accomplished by some. If you are someone who stands for justice, wins arguments, and loves to accumulate knowledge, then you are the right person to pursue Law. Lawyers are revered as the torchbearers of justice and truth. Donning black suits, they exude an aura that would make anyone fall for it. While several law schools around the globe offer intensive degrees in this field, pursuing it from top schools adds to its appear. To get admission in a law school, the LSAT—India exam is imperative. It is an aptitude test to evaluate a candidate on various parameters so as to ensure that highly skilled and dedicated applicants are chosen for the course. LSAT—India is your golden ticket to enter your dream law school in India."

Prof. (Dr.) Saroj Bohra, <br>Director, Amity Law School, Amity University Rajasthan

Prof. (Dr.) Saroj Bohra,
Director, Amity Law School, Amity University Rajasthan

"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

"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

"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

 
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