The JSW School of Law would like to inform potential Grade XII graduates that our online admission application portal will close at 5 p.m. today (Thursday, 21 April 2022).
You must pay a nominal admission fee of Nu. 500/- (Non-Refundable) at the time of application via MBOB. We would like to remind applicants who applied with us but did not pay the admission fee to do so on or before 21 April 2022. (Failing to pay shall lead to disqualification of your application).
Bhutan-LSAT will be administered on 30 April 2022 in the test centers located in Thimphu, Paro and Sherubtse College for the shortlisted candidates. As you don’t have much time, you are advised to plan your travel accordingly.
You will be notified via email of your test hall location, reporting time, and items needed for the test.
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.
NOTE: The shortlisted candidates for the King’s Scholarship and the NPPF Open Undergraduate Scholarship will sit for the Psychometric test (Bhutan-LSAT) administered collaboratively by the Royal Civil Service Commission, the National Pension and Provident Fund and the JSW School of Law on 30 April in the same test centers.
The LSAT-Bhutan is a test of analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. The exam is in English and Dzongkha. The exam will consist of five timed sections: a reading comprehension section, an analytical reasoning section, two logical reasoning sections, and a Dzongkha 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.
CLICK HERE to download LSAT – Bhutan Sample File 2021
CLICK HERE to download LSAT Handbook
The test will be held on 30 April 2022. The test will be administered in one or more location across the country. You will be notified about dates and times well before 30 April 2022. 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.
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