LSAT 2020 Analysis

LSAT-India (Law School Admission Test-India) 2020 is an online-based entrance exam for admissions to undergraduate law schools in India. The Law School Admission Council based in the USA designs the examination. The LSAT-India 2020 is held in multiple cities of India. The examination for 2020 started from July 19, 2020 with their last exam on July 22, 2020. This year LSAT 2020 had a back-up exam on July 23 , 2020. The LSAT-India 2020 score is accepted by most of the private universities for admissions to undergraduate law programmes. To better, understand the pattern of the exam, below-mentioned is the exam pattern for LSAT-India 2020.
LSAT-India 2020 Exam Pattern
Total Questions
Time Allotted
Analytical Reasoning
35 minutes
1st Logical Reasoning
35 minutes
2nd Logical Reasoning
35 minutes
Reading Comprehension
35 minutes
140 minutes
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LSAT-India 2020 Exam Analysis
LSAT-India 2020 was conducted in Online Mode. It was the first time that LSAT was conducted in a home proctored format. The examination has four sections, which include Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehensions, and two sections of Logical Reasoning. LSAT-India has no section legal and quantitative aptitude. Candidates are tested based on their critical thinking ability.
Section-wise Analysis of LSAT-India 2020
Analytical Reasoning
The section had a moderate-difficult level of difficulty. Questions in this section were based on Arrangements, Grouping, Conditionalities and Task assignment. The questions were tricky, which consumed more time. Therefore, candidates found it difficult to make it in time. Good attempt for this section will be 15-18 questions.
1st Logical Reasoning and 2nd Logical Reasoning
The questions in these sections were based on assumption, flaws in argument and strengthening/weakening the conclusion. The first section of Logical Reasoning was quite easier as compared to second section of LR. The sections were of moderate to difficult level of difficulty. Overall, the sections were on standard lines, a good attempt for these sections will be 14-16 in LR 1 and 16-18 in LR 2.
Reading Comprehension
The section was easier as compare to other sections. But, a few candidates had problems with literature based passages. The section was difficult for those who do not read much and take time in analyzing. The passages were of different lengths and can be lengthy. Comprehension passages in this section were based upon varied topics related to science, politics, environment etc. a good attempt in this section would be 17-18 questions.
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