The LSAT—IndiaTM is a test of analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension, including comparative reading.
What's the best way to learn how to approach these types of questions before you encounter them on the day of the test? We invite you to use the following preparation materials:
Students can download four sample tests -
These include the ACTUAL 2009 LSAT—IndiaTM, the ACTUAL 2010 LSAT—IndiaTM, and the ACTUAL 2012 LSAT—IndiaTM, along with descriptions of the question types, scoring, etc.
We recommend that you practice with all of these tests, and take at least one entire test in simulated testing conditions, with a strict adherence to time limits.
It is recommended that students should go through the explanations and understand the manner in which the questions can be answered.
(approx. 5 minutes each)
Click here to find about the official test taking tips:
Official test taking tips
To achieve a deeper level of preparation, there's no better way than "THE OFFICIAL LSAT—IndiaTM HANDBOOK", published by the Law School Admission Council. Use this inexpensive guide to become familiar with every type of LSAT—IndiaTM question and the skills they are designed to assess, so that you can make the most of the rest of your test preparation and do your best on the test.
Payment options - Candidates who wish to avail of "THE OFFICIAL LSAT—IndiaTM HANDBOOK" can buy it Online only.
Students can purchase THE OFFICIAL LSAT—IndiaTM HANDBOOK as follows:
Candidates can purchase THE OFFICIAL LSAT—IndiaTM HANDBOOK by clicking here. An additional prep-test will be available for those who purchase the Handbook.
We recommend the following free online courses on critical thinking: