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LSAT (Law School Admission Test - India)


Test Date: 23 April 2017


Inside the Paper:


English Language and Reasoning based - No Negative Marking - Offline Test


S.No. Section Name Total Questions Time
1 Analytical Reasoning Approx 24 35mins
2 1st Logical Reasoning Approx 24 35mins
3 2nd Logical Reasoning Approx 24 35mins
4 Reading Comprehension Approx 24 35mins
Total 92-100 Questions 2hours 20mins

Analytical Reasoning Questions: In this section, LSAT has been constantly asking questions on Conditional Statements (eg. If p, then q). Multiple books and test prep material have put these types of lsat questions under the section Conditions and Groupings.

Logical Reasoning Questions: Typical Critical Reasoning; para based questions, asking a student to find conclusions, inferences and assumptions, weaken and strengthen the argument; frequently asked in GMAT are asking this section of LSAT. The official guide of GMAT will be a good source to practice these questions.

Reading Comprehension Questions: Straight forward comprehension based questions form this section. LegalEdge Tutorials Prep Material or Reading Comprehension from Engage Learning Series can act as a good source for this section.

Books to refer: LegalEdge Tutorials material will be a good source to practice questions for LSAT, BLAT, MH CET. Christ University and other Law Entrance Examinations. The Correspondence Courses are available at www.legaledge.in and law.toprankers.com


MH CET (Maharastra Common Entrance Test)

MH CET initiated in 2016 was conducted for admission to the Law Colleges in Maharastra including GLC Mumbai and ILS Pune; two of the most prestigious law colleges in the country. Surrounded by a lot of controversies, one is still not sure about the future of MH CET. Whether MHCET 2017 will be conducted, scrapped, the total number of colleges that will be included etc will only be answered in 2017. Assuming the MH CET 2017 will be conducted, find below the paper pattern of MH CET.


Paper Pattern: 150 Questions - 150 Marks - 2hrs - Online Test - No Negative Marking - Objective Test

Inside the Paper: The level of difficulty of the paper was average. A student with good preparation was able to score a 112+ in the paper.

S.NO. Section Marks Weightage
1 Legal Aptitude 40
2 General Knowledge including Current Affairs 30
3 Logical Reasoning 30
4 English Language 30
5 Basic Mathematics 20
Total 150

Books to refer: LegalEdge Tutorials material will be a good source to practice questions for LSAT, BLAT, MH CET. Christ University and other Law Entrance Examinations. The Correspondence Courses are available at www.legaledge.in and law.toprankers.com


BLAT (Benaras Hindu University Law Admission Test) Exam Pattern

Paper Pattern:

150 Questions - 450 Marks (3 marks per question) - Negative Marking of 1 Marks for every wrong answer - 2hrs - Objective Test

Inside the Paper:

S.No. Section Name
1 General Awareness and Current Affairs
2 Legal Aptitude and Mental Ability
3 English Language including Comprehension

Books to refer: LegalEdge Tutorials material will be a good source to practice questions for LSAT, BLAT, MH CET. Christ University and other Law Entrance Examinations. The Correspondence Courses are available at www.legaledge.in and law.toprankers.com