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The LSAT India Scholarship for Law Students [Upto 6L]: Apply by June 2

By: Aprajita Karki | May 16, 2019
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In order to maintain the trademark rules, LSAC mentions the test as LSAT—India ™

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About the scholarship:

The LSAT India Scholarship will award up to a maximum of ₹6 Lack to the 2019 LSAT India’s Scholar.

The student with the overall highest reported score on the LSAT India taken at the 2 June 2019 test administration. The scholarship will cover tuition and halls of residence fees for the first year of a law programme at an LSAT India associated law school, up to a maximum of ₹6 lack.

Any unutilised amount from the first year can be rolled over to the subsequent year, and the scholar will have the opportunity to continue receiving the benefits of this scholarship to cover the second year of tuition and halls of residence fees if he/she secures an overall score in the top 5% (cumulative of both the semesters) of the batch in the first year of the programme. LSAC will also have the scholar present during LSAT India events.

Which stream of education:

This is for the Law students

Eligibility:

The student with the overall highest reported score on the LSAT India taken at the 2 June 2019 test administration

Amount of scholarship:

The scholarship will award up to a maximum of ₹6 lack to the 2019 LSAT India Scholar.

How to apply:

You can apply for the exam from this website here.

For further details, click here.

Deadline:

Registration for the exam ends 20th May 2019.

Contact info:

Number: 011-49047705

Email id: lsatindia[at]pearson.com.

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For the brochure, click here. 

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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