LSAT-Bhutan/JSW Law Admissions Exam

The LSAT-Bhutan is a test of analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. The exam is in English.  The exam will consist of four timed sections:  two reading comprehension sections, an analytical reasoning section, and a logical reasoning section.

The best way to prepare for the exam is to review the Official Handbook of LSAT-Bhutan and the sample questions below.

The Official Handbook includes information about the format of the test, tips on how to prepare for the exam, and sample questions.  These questions are examples to give you an idea of what to expect and not the actual questions from the LSAT-Bhutan.  If you spend sufficient time working through these materials, you will familiarize yourself with the test format and get practice in developing your analytic and reasoning skills further. This will improve your test score. Think of the LSAT-Bhutan as a challenge, where repeated (thoughtful, reflective) practice is required to perform optimally.   

The test will be held on or before 7 February 2017.  We will contact students after the BHSEC-XII results are released to notify them of the exact date, time, and location of the examination.  You will take the test at one of our testing centers which will be located throughout the country.  You will be notified about dates and times well before 7 February 2017.  Make sure you've filed your application with us.  If we don't have an application from you, you won't be able to take the test.

FAQ's for LSAT-BHUTAN

What is the LSAT? 

The LSAT stands for Law School Admissions Test.  The LSAT is an exam used by JSW Law School to measure skills that are considered essential for success in law school: the reading and comprehension of complex texts with accuracy and insight; the organization and management of information and the ability to draw reasonable inferences from it; the ability to think critically; and the analysis and evaluation of the reasoning and arguments of others.

When is the test?

On or before 7 February 2017.  We will contact students after the BHSEC-XII results are released to notify them of the exact date, time, and location of the examination.

How many sections are on the test?

Four.  Two reading comprehension sections.  One analytical reasoning section.  One logical reasoning section.

How long will the test take?

Less than three hours.  Each section will take approximately 35 minutes.  There will be a break between the second and third sections of the test.

Where will I be taking the test?

You will take the test at one of our testing centers which will be located throughout the country.  You will be notified about dates and times well before 7 February 2017.  Make sure you've filed your application with us.  If we don't have an application from you, you won't be able to take the test.

Should I be studying maths or science to prepare for the exam?

No.  It's a test of your reasoning skills, not subject specific skills. 

How do I prepare?

Review the Official Handbook of LSAT-Bhutan above, the sample questions above, and, for more practice, review the official LSAT prep tests available through the Official Prep Tests for LSAT-India/Pearson VUE website.