5. About the Day of the LSAT─India
What is an Admit Card?
The Admit Card will include your uploaded picture, registration number, test centre address, and instructions for the test day. You will receive notice when the Admit Card is ready for download. You are responsible for printing it and bringing it with you on the test day. You will not be allowed entry to the test centre without your Admit Card.
When will the Admit Card be available?
The Admit Card is generally available a few days before the test day. You will receive an email notification that the Admit Card is available for download. You must print the Admit Card and bring it with you on the test day.
What form of ID will I need on test day?
You must show one form of acceptable ID on the test day in order to enter the test centre and sit for the LSAT─India. The ID must be original and should not be expired with a recognisable photograph and signature. The first and last names on the ID must match the names entered when registering. The following are acceptable forms of ID:
- UIDAI / Aadhaar Card
(Coloured or black/white E-Aadhaar Print is acceptable, but Aadhaar registration slip is NOT acceptable.)
- Election Card / Voter ID
- PAN Card
- Driver’s License
- SC/ ST Certificate with photograph
- Military ID / Government-issued Armed Forces Dependent ID containing photograph of the test-taker
- Employee ID containing photograph and signature.
If you do not have any of the above IDs, you will be admitted upon presentation of ANY TWO of the following, in original:
- Tenth pass certificate/mark sheet that has date of birth on it.
- Photo Identity (Issued by School, College or University)
- Original admit card issued by University/Board for standard twelfth (XII) examination with affixed photograph.
Please note that the following are NOT acceptable as IDs:
- Photocopies (attested or otherwise)
- Notarised copies
- Learner's driving license
What can I bring to the test centre?
You may bring pencils, sharpeners, highlighters, tissues, watch (not a smart watch) and a beverage. You may not carry anything else into the test centre.
What can I not bring to the test centre?
You may not bring anything besides pencils, sharpeners, highlighters, tissues, watch, and a beverage. You may not carry anything else into the testing room. Possession of any form of electronic device (phone, smart watch, recording device, calculator, etc.) in the testing room will be grounds for immediate dismissal and cancellation of your score. You may not bring bags of any kind into the testing room. There will be no provision for supervised storage of bags or other personal belongings in the testing centre.
How long will I be at the test centre?
You should plan to be at the test centre for about 4 hours.
What time should I arrive at the test centre?
You should arrive at the test centre no later than the reporting time printed on your Admit Card.
Can my parents accompany me to the test centre? Will there be any waiting area for them?
Your parents may accompany you to the entrance of the test centre, but there is no guarantee that any waiting area will be available for them. Parents may not enter the test centre itself.
Can I bring a snack?
Is there a scheduled break during the test?
There is no scheduled break during the LSAT─India. If you need to take an unscheduled break, you will use test time to do so. No extra time will be allotted for unscheduled breaks that you may take. During an unscheduled break, you must remain silent and stay in the area designated by the test centre staff.
Can I work at any time on any section of the test?
You may work on only the section of the test mentioned by the invigilator at the beginning of the section timing. Working out of section will be grounds for dismissal and cancellation of your score. When an invigilator announces that there is no time remaining for a given section, you must immediately stop working on that section. Continuing to work on that section once it has concluded will be grounds for dismissal and cancellation of your score.
What happens if I arrive late to the test centre?
Late arrivals may be admitted at the discretion of the Chief Invigilator at the test centre, but no extra time will be allotted to latecomers for missed testing time.
Where can I keep my personal belongings during the test?
You should not bring anything to the test centre besides pencils, sharpeners, highlighters, tissues, watch (not a smart watch) and a beverage. Possession of any form of electronic device (phone, smart watch, recording device, calculator, etc.) in the testing room will be grounds for immediate dismissal and cancellation of your score. You may not bring bags of any kind into the testing room either. There will be no provision for supervised storage of bags or other personal belongings in the testing centre.
What do I do if my test materials are in poor condition?
If your test book or Answer Sheet are torn, creased, misprinted or unreadable for any reason, you must notify your invigilator immediately. You will be given a replacement.