Sanjana Tanya Chatterjee

The LSAT—IndiaTM is, in my opinion, a very fair means of evaluating the potential of one to become a lawyer, which I feel lies in their logical capacity, unlike the way it is generally assessed - through legal knowledge and GK. Also, it has been very consistent over the years in terms of its' content as well as the pattern it follows. This allows candidates to be mentally prepared to take it, and gives it an edge over exams that arbitrarily fluctuate, in rooting out the hard workers and intellectuals. I enjoyed taking LSAT - 2015 and am glad that I was able to do well.