LSAT Blog wrote:LSAT-India is a test for admission to law schools in India. In India, as well as in most of the world, law school is an undergraduate program. Basically, the people taking LSAT-India haven't gone to college yet. This is likely the reason that there is no experimental section and that there are only 4 choices on most sections of LSAT-India.
The 6/27 LSAT is the same format as the one that North Americans take. 5 choices per question, experimental section, etc. There's no reason to believe it's any easier or harder than the one administered in North America.
Given that Navi786 is taking it on June 27, I don't believe that he or she is taking the LSAT-India, despite taking the LSAT in India (there's an important distinction there), unless he or she is simultaneously applying to undergraduate-level law programs and graduate-level law programs.
I am a Canadian , i just didnt have enuf time time to fly back after my Semester here , so i decided to give LSAT in INDIA it is exactly the same as LSAT all around the world !
With a possiblity that i might get + or - 2 questions right or wrong than i wud have giving in the CANADA...Since it wont be the exact same Carbon copy...
But its just more comfortable this way
Cheeers.. 9 days to Go .. I am Freakin Out !!!
specially watching these flaming high 175 + on the board !!
But then again i only need 165's for a good Canadian Law school