I had to give an exam called LSAT to get admission in Jindal Global Law School. I scored 87.14 percentile in the exam. From a couple of years, I had decided that I wanted to get into a Law School. I gave a few exams and had admission offers from Christ University, Symbiosis Law School in both Pune and Noida, Jamia Milia Islamia University among some.
I gave LSAT to get into this college. I scored a 92 percentile score. I chose this college for its faculty and international tie ups.
They are accommodating of any extracurricular and academic initiatives but are overly authoritative and not transparent at all. They do not take the student body or Student Council's inputs on policy work or other related aspects and ignore other important stakeholder such as the parents of the students too which is not a good practice and doesn't create a good environment overall.
I took the LSAT India, any entrance exam for private law schools in India. I'd been active in elocution and other public speaking activities in school due to which a number of teachers and family members suggetsed that I go to law school. There was no interview process for admisisons but the scholarship application process included an interview.