The results of the first online, remote-controlled, and AI-enabled LSAT-India 2020 test conducted by 6,000 students during the COVID-19 pandemic to participate in various JGLS academic programs will be announced in the second week of August.
The test, which is owned and administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) in Pennsylvania, USA, was successfully carried out in India by its subsidiary Pearson VUE, the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) told the OP Jindal Global University an explanation with.
“These are exceptional times when the world of higher education and universities has been challenged by the global COVID-19 pandemic,” said C Raj Kumar, founding vice chancellor of the university and founding dean of the JGLS. “Most registered students have successfully completed the test in an online and remote proctored exam format,” he said.
The statement said 6,651 students had registered for the online test, which took place over six days from July 19-26. The results will be announced in the second week of August.