10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks (CBSE, ISC, state boards, IB, Cambridge and other govt. recognised boards) and LSAT-India Exam. Jindal Global Law School does not accept any other law school admissions test.
LSAT-India is an entrance test designed by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), the USA, LSAC’s affiliate in India. The test will be in a multiple choice format and covers logical reasoning, analytical reasoning and reading comprehension.