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LSAT Results 2024 on lsatindia.in; Steps to Download Scorecard | Exam Results News

The LSAT is administered to candidates seeking admission to 5-year LLB, 3-year LLB and LLM programs.

The LSAT scorecard 2024 download link is enabled on the official website lsatindia.in. (Representative Image/Pexels)

New Delhi: The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has announced the result of the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) today, June 8, 2024. Candidates who have taken the LSAT 2024 can check their results on the official website at lsatindia.in. To access the result, candidates need to enter the login details like LSAT registration number and password.

The LSAT is conducted for candidates seeking admission into 5-year LLB, 3-year LLB and LLM degree programs. The LSAT scorecard 2024 download link is enabled on the official website lsatindia.in.

How to download the 2024 LSAT scorecard

  • Visit the official LSAT website at lsatindia.in.
  • On the homepage of the website, click on the activated link to the LSAT result 2024.
  • When you click on the link, a login window will appear on the screen.
  • Enter the requested login information such as LSAT registration number and password here.
  • Submit the entered data.
  • The 2024 LSAT scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download the scorecard.
  • Make a printout for later use.

The LSAT is a national-level entrance exam that was administered in multiple shifts from May 16 to May 19. The exam assesses candidates' analytical thinking, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension skills. Students can take the LSAT exam more than once during the administration period, and the best score is sent to preferred law schools for admission.

The LSAT percentile for 2024 indicates the percentage of examinees who scored lower than the best examinee. For example, a percentile of 79.66% means that your score is higher than that of 79.66% of examinees in your program who took the LSAT-India in the same semester. It is important to note that the percentile for examinees applying to a five-year integrated law program cannot be compared with the percentile for examinees applying to a three-year LL.B program.