LSAT Test Preparation
If you plan to go to law school, you will need to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This is a half-day test that is comprised of five test sections. Students have 35 minutes to finish each section. The test measures student reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning abilities which are critical for a successful law school experience.
Only four of the sections are used for the final score while the fifth section is a variable section that tests new questions. Students will have another 35 minutes to complete a writing sample at the end of the exam period. The writing sample is not graded but a copy is included with your official LSAT scores and sent to law schools you apply to for admission.
The LSAT is administered only four times every year, usually on a Saturday.