LSAT India Exam Pattern 2017 – Check Paper Pattern Here

LSAT India Exam Pattern 2017 is set and announced by Pearson VUE. LSAT India 2017 exam pattern helps the candidates to understand the structure of the actual exam. The exam pattern includes details like mode of exam, number of questions, type of questions, sections, section wise questions distribution, marks distribution, marking scheme etc. The candidates applying for the LSAT 2017 must go through the LSAT Exam Pattern 2017 for the preparation of the exam in a proper manner. Candidates can get all the information regarding LSAT India Exam Pattern 2017 in this article.

LSAT India Exam Pattern

Candidates can see the exam pattern of LSAT India 2017 in details below:

Overview of LSAT Exam Pattern

S.No. Exam Pattern Discription
1 Exam Mode Offline (Pen-Paper Mode)
2 Time Duration 2 Hours and 30 Minutes
3 Number of Questions 92-100 Questions
4 Number of Sections 3
5 Name of Sections
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Reading & Comprehension
6 Marking Scheme
  • Percentile Based
  • No Negative Marking

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Exam Mode

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is conducted offline (Pen-Paper Mode) by the conducting authority which is Pearson VUE on behalf of Law School Admission Council (LSAC).

Time Duration

The time allotted for the LSAT Exam 2017 is 2 hour and 30 minutes or 150 minutes. For each section, 35 minutes are allotted to complete it and no question can be attempted after the completion of 35 minutes.

Number of Questions

LSAT Question paper had minimum 92 and maximum 100 number of questions of objective and multiple-choice type.


The LSAT 2017 question booklet is divided into three sections: Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading & Comprehension, wherein the Logical Reasoning section is further divided into LR I and LR II sections.

Section Wise Question Distribution

Each section has approximately 24 questions and the total number of questions in the paper are approx 92-100. Each section has to be completed in 35 minutes.

Marking Scheme

Each section had an equal distribution of marks and marking scheme for all the sections is also same. The candidate’s score is percentile based which is calculated on the basis of the total number of correct attempts. There is no negative marking for any incorrect answer.

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