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LSAT Test Prep for Law Admission: What is LSAT ?
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is designed to know the basic skills necessary to do well in first year in law school. The students should have skill in comprehension, critical reading, analytical, and reasoning. The test is basically reasoning oriented and not content oriented. Regular admission tests are conducted nationwide four times each year 

Eligibility 
All students who are interested to seek admission in Law Schools in USA & selected Law schools in India are required to appear in the LSAT test. The test helps the admission officer to assess the student skill for the proposed field of their studies 

Exam Structure 
The LSAT consists of five 35-minute multiple-choice sections. The scores counted for four sections and one experimental section is repeat of other sections does not count towards scores. The students are required to answer the questions: Reading Comprehension (one section), Analytical Reasoning (one section), and Logical Reasoning (two sections).

Reading Comprehension: Contains four passages of about 400 to 600 words with 5 to 8 questions per passage for a total about 26 to 28 question. The passages are from the field of science, philosophy, economy, history, law etc., but the questions are required to be answered from actual passages given only and not from any specific knowledge of a subject

Analytical Reasoning: This section appears to be most difficult but can be prepared by the students. In this section four sets of conditions, statements, or rules are given. Each set is followed by 4 to 7 questions for a total of 22 to 24 questions.

Logical Reasoning: Comprises of two sections includes short passages, statements, arguments, or discussion, followed by 1 or 2 questions. Each section contains between 24 to 26 questions. The students with good reading and reasoning skills score good marks. These sections total form 96 to 104 questions. About 60 percent correct answer is necessary to obtain an average score. After the multiple-choice sections a 30-minute unscored essay is required to be written. A copy of this essay is sent to law school to which the student is seeking admission and is used as a tie-breaker between two applicants, as a measure for admittance in the school. 

Objective portion test ranges from 120 to 180 and the writing sample4s are sent to law schools of choice for evaluation. No minus marking for wrong answer and unanswered questions. Disable candidates with proof are eligible to have special relaxation.

Personal Attention: 
Lessons are geared toward your specific LSAT strengths and weaknesses. Plus, they're engaging and interactive. You'll never just scroll through pages of dull text. You'll have 24/7 support and an "Online Coach." You'll learn from updated manuals and materials that cover every area of the LSAT. Our courses let you prepare on your own schedule, at your own pace. 
 
Classroom Coaching
Our teachers are flexible and accommodating and will ensure that sessions are held with your convenience as a top priority. Whether you are looking for a three-month tutorial, we will design a plan that works for you. We do all the work - we prepare comprehensive test materials, make you conversant with the important concepts and teach you techniques to save time on the LSAT exam. Give us 36 hours. Following are the details regarding the same:-

Reference Books & Techniques
  • The Official LSAT  by Bonnie Gordon
  • Actual Official LSAT  by Law School Admission Staff
  • Master the LSAT by Jeff Kolby and Scott Thornburg
  • Logic Games Bible
  • Logical Reasoning Bible
  • 30-40 Full Length LSAT Test Series, CD"s Softwares etc.Techniques:
  • Verbal Killer Guide
  • Observation, Logical & Short Cut Methods & Techniques for Logic Games

Classroom Coaching
Duration: 36 Classes 
Cost: Rs 28,000/- only. (Inclusive mock tests & study material)
Online Coaching & Guidance
We offer comprehensive online preparation for LSAT using industry-standard test materials and our own exclusive test prep material. We provide the Online Study Material & Classes through our website http://www.tutorplaces.com. We will be sending you the material at your postal address & provide you online classes as per your convenient timings.Currently we have students from Brazil, USA, UK, UAE, France, India, Germany, Singapore etc.
  • 24x7 online availability- ensuring time and cost effectiveness.
  • Individualized LSAT prep program based on diagnostic test.
  • Serious test prep for serious students!
  • Development of customized test prep program and schedule.
  • Practice quizzes with online explanations.
Online Tutoring Duration: 36 Classes 
Cost: Rs 28,000/- only. (Inclusive mock tests & study material)
More Info: www.TutorPlaces.com 
 
Admission Counselling Service
Confused about the universities and the course to opt for? Services which we provide are : -
  • Short listing of Universities based on the student’s profile
  • Editing of LORs, SOPs, Essays, Resume and Financial aid essays
  • Assistance in filling the online applications and sending the hard copies of documents
  • Prepare all your documents which include application forms, financial aid applications, transcripts, and financial statements
  • Loan assistance from major banks and financial Institutions
  • Scholarships up to 100%
  • Interview Preparation
  • Assisting you in networking with professors in universities to improve your chances of admission and financial aid
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LSAT Exam Structure


 
The LSAT consists of five 35-minute multiple-choice sections. The scores counted for four sections and one experimental section is repeat of other sections does not count towards scores. The students are required to answer the questions: Reading Comprehension (one section), Analytical Reasoning (one section), and Logical Reasoning (two sections).
 
 
Reading Comprehension:
Contains four passages of about 400 to 600 words with 5 to 8 questions per passage for a total about 26 to 28 question. The passages are from the field of science, philosophy, economy, history, law etc., but the questions are required to be answered from actual passages given only and not from any specific knowledge of a subject

Analytical Reasoning:
This section appears to be most difficult but can be prepared by the students. In this section four sets of conditions, statements, or rules are given. Each set is followed by 4 to 7 questions for a total of 22 to 24 questions.

Logical Reasoning:
Comprises of two sections includes short passages, statements, arguments, or discussion, followed by 1 or 2 questions. Each section contains between 24 to 26 questions. The students with good reading and reasoning skills score good marks. These sections total form 96 to 104 questions. About 60 percent correct answer is necessary to obtain an average score.

  • After the multiple-choice sections a 30-minute unscored essay is required to be written. A copy of this essay is sent to law school to which the student is seeking admission and is used as a tie-breaker between two applicants, as a measure for admittance in the school.
  • Objective portion test ranges from 120 to 180 and the writing sample4s are sent to law schools of choice for evaluation. No minus marking for wrong answer and unanswered questions.
  • Disable candidates with proof are eligible to have special relaxation.

 

Top 100 Law School of the World

Top 100 Law School of the World
 

1. Yale
2. Harvard
3. Stanford
4. Columbia
5. NYU
6. Berkeley
6. Chicago
8. Penn
9. Michigan
10. Duke
10. Northwestern
10. UVA
13. Cornell
14. GULC
15. UCLA
15. Texas
17. Vanderbilt
18. USC
19. WUSTL
20. BU
20. Emory
20. Minnesota
23. Indiana – Bloomington
23. Illinois
23. Notre Dame
26. BC
26. Iowa
28. William and Mary
28. GWU
30. Fordham
30. Alabama
30. UNC
30. U of Washington
30. Washington and Lee
35. OSU
35. Davis
35. Georgia
35. Wisconsin-Madison|
39. Hastings
40. Wake Forest
41. BYU
41. GMU
43. Arizona
43. Maryland
45. American
45. Tulane
45. UC Boulder
45. Utah
49. SMU
49. Cardozo
51. U of Florida
52. Florida State
52. U of Cincinnati
52. UConn
55. Arizona State
55. Case Western
55. Pepperdine
55. Kentucky
59. Houston
59. Tennessee
61. Brooklyn
61. Lewis & Clark
61. San Diego
61. Villanova
65. Baylor
65. Georgia State
65. Penn State
65. Temple
65. U of Kansas
65. U of Missouri
71. Loyola LA
71. Miami
71. Oklahoma
71. Pitt
75. Louisiana State
75. UNLV
77. Chicago-Kent
77. Rutgers Camden
77. Seattle
77. Seton Hall
77. Denver
77. New Mexico
77. Oregon
77. Richmond
85. Santa Clara
85. SUNY-Buff
87. DePaul
87. Indiana-Indianapolis
87. Loyola Chicago
87. Marquette
87. Rutgers Newark
87. St. John’s
87. South Carolina
94. Catholic
94. Northeastern
94. St Louis
94. Arkansas Fayetteville
98. Louisville
98. USF
100. Gonzaga
100. Hofstra
100. UMaine

   

LSAT—India 2013 registration for 9th Feb is open

A Single Common Test for Multiple Law Colleges
Candidates have the benefit of taking a single test — the LSAT—India — to become eligible for the admissions process of multiple law colleges in India which recognize the LSAT—India scores. Candidates can take the LSAT—India on Saturday 9th Feb , 2013 at any of the test centres spread across 15 cities in India.
 

LSAT Test Fees


LSAT-India 
Rs 3500 

LSAT world
LSAT $136
Credential Assembly Service (CAS) $124
Late Registration $68
Test Center Change $35
Test Date Change $68
   

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