LSAT India Result 2018, Cut off |


  • In general, the test results for LSAT-India are declared within 3-4 weeks of the date of the test.
  • As far as 2018 is concerned, it was announced that the results would be out on the 20th of June 2018.
  • Candidates will not be sent their results directly. The percentile score of test takers will be published by LSAT on the 20th of June, and the scorecards will be available for them to download from the link that reads as ‘download scorecard.

LSAT India Test scores for UG and PG law courses:

  • The test scores are reported on the basis of percentile, comparing the performance of each candidate to that of the others within his/her candidate group. For instance, those taking 5-year integrated LLB course of LLM or LL.B 3-year course.
  • A score of one group of the candidate cannot be compared to that of the candidates in other groups.
  • In short, the LSAT Scores will help the law schools in identifying the relative strength of a candidate in critical-thinking ability in comparison to the other candidates belonging to his/her pool of candidates.

Percentile Score:

  • The percentile rank of candidates issued by Pearson VUE indicates the standing of a candidate relative to others, who took the test along with them on the date for the appropriate course.
  • For instance, a percentile rank of 79.66 for a UG candidate denotes that he/she has performed better than nearly 79.66% of other UG candidates, who took up LSAT-India.
  • The utmost percentile rank is 99.99% for LSAT – India.

LSAT-India is conducted as a regulated test for verbal reasoning and reading skills. This test is designed by the United States based Law School Admission Council or LSAC. This test is patterned followed the world-known LSAT test.

Who Should Take up the LSAT Test?

The test is meant for helping anyone with good critical thinking ability. So, the test will not have any questions to assess the prior legal knowledge of aspiring candidates. Also, the mathematical knowledge of the test takers is not evaluated.  

There are no grammar or current affairs-related questions. The main purpose of the test is to assess the critical thinking ability of candidates in three main areas. They include reading comprehension, logical reasoning and analytical reasoning.

Are There Any Negative Marks?

There is no penalty or negative marking for wrong guesses. Only correct answers contribute to the overall score of a candidate. So, candidates are recommended not to leave any question unanswered.

When and How are the Results Published?

In general, the test result will be reported to the test takers within four weeks after the date of the test. It will be available for candidates by the login. After two months from the date of announcement of results, the scorecard will be available for download.

Candidates cannot request for the scorecard after this period. Also, the scorecard will not be sent to the email or mailing address of the test takers.

Rank Predictor:

Here is a table that shows the top 5 positions along with All India Rank in LSAT-India:

Marks Obtained LSAT 2017

All India Rank 2017


1 Rank


2 Rank


3 Rank – 89 Rank


90 – 730 Rank


730 – 1980 Rank


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