# LSAT 2019 Analysis

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LSAT—India is a standardized paper based test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA–based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India. The LSAT—India was held in multiple cities on 02 June 2019. The test was conducted from 10:30 am to 12:50 pm at 24 exam centers across India.
The LSAT 2019 scores will be accepted by the private Law Universities for admissions into its undergraduate law programs. This article gives the detailed LSAT analysis 2019.
A total of 140 minutes (35 minutes per section) was given and the questions (with no negative marking) were distributed across the sections as follows:
###### Sectional Overview of the LSAT-India 2019
 Sections Total Questions Duration Analytical Reasoning 23 140 minutes (35 minutes per section) 1st Logical Reasoning 23 2nd Logical Reasoning 22 Reading Comprehension 24 Total 92
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###### Section-wise expected good attempt of LSAT 2019
 Sections Good Attempt (Number of questions) Analytical Reasoning 17-19 1st Logical Reasoning 16-19 2nd Logical Reasoning 14 -16 Reading Comprehension 17-19
Let us now look at the detailed analysis for each section:
###### Section 1: Analytical Reasoning
Evaluation: This section was moderate to tough and a little time consuming. The questions were based on conditions, assignment, grouping and ordering/arrangements. Most of the questions had conditions associated with them and hence it was important to read them carefully & understand them thoroughly. One should use diagram or table method to solve these questions. To score well in this section, one should be aware of tricks required to solve different question types.
Attempt by Good Student: 17-19
###### Section 2 & 3: Logical Reasoning 1st and Logical Reasoning 2nd
Evaluation: This section contained questions from a variety of areas of reasoning with a major focus on critical reasoning. The questions were based on finding flaws in the argument, strengthen/weaken the conclusion, finding inference and assumption made by the reader and author respectively. One should be able to understand the core of questions as well underlying assumptions to score well in this section and therefore it is important to master the concept and tricks to solve these questions. Overall feel of the 1st Logical Reasoning was easy to moderate , while that of 2nd Logical Reasoning was moderate to tough.
Attempt by Good Student in 1st Logical Reasoning :  16-19
Attempt by Good Student in 2nd Logical Reasoning:  14-16