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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is an entrance exam used by most law schools to inform admission decisions. The LSAT is a multiple-choice test and is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).



Logical Reasoning

In each Logical Reasoning section, test takers are asked to identify concepts and arguments within a wide variety of sources, including newspapers, magazines, scholarly publications, advertisements, and more. The arguments within the passages are designed to reflect legal reasoning in their complexity.

Test takers have 35 minutes to complete 24-26 multiple choice questions.

Analytical Reasoning

The Analytical Reasoning section provides test takers with Logic Games that test the ability to understand rules and their effects on decisions and outcomes, as well as the ability to understand ambiguous or complex scenarios.

Test takers have 35 minutes to complete 4 logic games with 4-7 multiple-choice questions each.

Reading Comprehension

The Reading Comprehension section asks test takers to read, evaluate, and identify ideas, information, and concepts within provided texts. This section has four passages, three of which are written by a single author, and the remaining passage composed of writing by different sources discussing the same topic.

Test takers have 35 minutes to answer about 27 multiple-choice questions.