‘All you Need is Reason’, I could have summed up this post right here. When you are writing on a subject that requires offering tips to prepare for India’s most widely recognized reading and verbal reasoning test for law schools, a tagline like this sums it all. LSAT-India does not require you to be a mathematics wizard or a general knowledge geek, neither does it ask for any legal knowledge, the only trait it looks for is the ability to reason and reason well.
For those who are here just to know what LSAT-India is, here are a few details. LSAT-India is managed by Law School Admission Council (LSAC), a non-profit based in America offering standardized tests of reading and verbal reasoning for use by law schools in India. By qualifying for LSAT-India, you automatically qualify for admission in more than 70 reputed law schools in India, placement assistance and multiple scholarship opportunities.