The System Verification Test (SVT) for LSAT India 2021 will end today, i.e. on May 25, 2021. Candidates who are planning to appear for LSAT India can take the system verification test on the official website discoverlaw.in. This year, Law School Admission Test (LSAT) – India is being held as a remote proctor test. Hence, LSAC Global Council has provided the facility for an online system verification test. Through this, candidates can know if their computer / laptop is appropriate to take the actual test or not.
To take the system verification test, candidates need to visit the website and log in to LSAT-India Registration Dashboard. After login, candidates will get separate links to download the secure browser for Windows and Mac. After downloading the secure browser, candidates can check their system readiness by logging in at: lsatindia.pearsonvue.com/TA/TestPlayer/Login/Login.aspx.
It is crucial to know if your system is apt for taking LSAT India on the exam day or not because if the system is not as per the guidelines, then the exam will not start. Apart from this, candidates must also be aware of the LSAT Indian 2021 exam guidelines.
Some of the key points to guidelines for the exam day are as follows:
#1: To take the LSAT Indian 2021, candidates need a computer / laptop, webcam, and nonelectronic insertable foam earplugs
#2: Chrome (Ver 82.0 or above), Firefox (Ver 68 or above), Safari (Latest version) with disabled pop-up blockers are the supported browsers for the test.
#3. OS specified minimum RAM of 4 GB or more is needed.
#4: Candidates can get technical support if they face any such issue from the support team.
#5. Make sure to sit in a room with proper lighting. The face of the candidates must be properly visible.
#6. Candidates can use two pieces of blank paper for scratch work. Candidates may use a pen or a pencil.
Apart from these, candidates can also check detailed technical and exam guidelines from the official website as well.
LSAT India 2021 is scheduled to start from May 29. Candidates can expect a total of 92 questions that will include 23 questions from Analytical Reasoning, 22 questions from Logical Reasoning (1), 23 questions from Logical Reasoning (2), and 24 questions from Reading Comprehension. The total time allotted for the test is 2 hours and 20 minutes, which means that candidates will have 35 minutes for each section. The added benefit is that there is no negative marking or penalty for incorrect answers.
The result will be announced on June 28, 2021, at the official website discoverlaw.in
To prepare better for the exam, candidates should focus on taking more mock tests. They can access an extensive library of practice test material on LSAC LawPrep. Candidates can study the official LSAT- Introductory Guide to familiarise with the types of questions asked in the examination. And to practice offline, they can also download the Official LSAT- India Prep Test. Candidates can also take the PrepTests available via LSAC LawPrep. All of this can be found on the official website of discoverlaw.in.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India is an entrance exam conducted for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses offered at 85 law colleges of India that include OP Jindal Global University, JLU School of Law, VIT School of Law, Bennett University, GD Goenka University, and others.