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The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has launched an innovative platform – LSAC LawPrepsm – designed to help Indian students improve their critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills in preparation for highly-competitive law school entrance exams such as the LSAT—India and the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).

By offering a series of practice tests, in a digital platform and in real time, the new platform will help students hone their skills in an environment almost identical to actual test conditions. The online test series will help takers get familiarized with the test interface, thus alleviating some of the stress of taking the test in an online format developed during these pandemic times.

Over time, LSAC will be adding more resources to make LSAC LawPrepsm become a one-stop shop for training for exams focusing on critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills.

All students will have an opportunity to experience LSAC LawPrepsm at no cost by just creating a profile on the platform. Upon registering their profile, LSAC will offer one practice test which will allow test takers to assess strengths and weaknesses as well as a raw score. For further practice, LSAC will offer more training in series of 3, 5, and 10 practice exams at the following prices:

Series of 3 exams: INR 2399

Series of 5 exams: INR 3499

Series of 10 exams: INR 5999

Speaking about the Global Learning Platform launch, Kellye Testy, LSAC President & CEO said, “There is no better preparation than practice and training for a law entrance exam that requires specialized skills. We believe LSAC LawPrepsm will enhance the candidates’ exam preparation experience by guiding them on the areas which need improvement while promising a real time exam experience”.

Applicants can register for the test series from the Discover Law website (discoverlaw.in/).

LSAT—India is one of the leading entrance tests for undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes in India. Please visit DiscoverLaw.in for a complete list of law schools that accept LSAT—India scores as one of their key admissions criteria.

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