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Published : Friday, 16 December, 2016 11:35 AM
The School of Law (SOL) of SVKM’s NarseeMonjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) has partnered with global computer-based testing leader Pearson VUE for the reasoning based law admission test LSAT—India 2017.
NMIMS School of Law will consider LSAT—India™ 2017 scores as an admissions criteria for law aspirants. The test will be conducted on April 23, 2017 (Sunday) in multiple cities across India.
Divyalok Sharma, senior director of client development at Pearson VUE India, said: “Our partnership with NMIMS School of Law is a testimony of the popularity of LSAT—India™. We strongly believe in assessing the critical thinking and reasoning skills of law aspirants in the country and this is completely in sync with the focus of NMIMS School of Law’s law programme. This partnership will enable more law aspirants to get quality law education as NMIMS School of Law brings a lot of credibility in the legal domain.”
The LSAT—India™, offered by the global Law School Admission Council (LSAC), USA (LSAC.org), in conjunction with Pearson VUE, assesses the critical reading and verbal reasoning skills that are needed to succeed in law school.
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