What is LSAT ?

The Law School Admission Test is an important law school admission in the United States, Canada, and many other countries. The purpose of the LSAT is to test the skills necessary for success in the first year of law school. 

The LSAT test gives admission officers/ decision-makers important insights into a candidate’s readiness for law school, even better than the undergraduate grade-point average. The LSAT tests for skills in reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing.

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How does the LSAT work?

The LSAT test can be taken online or done at the center.

The first part of the test includes four sections – reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and an unscored variable section that tests any one of the question types – reading, analytical or logical reasoning. The fourth section is a 2021 update from the Law school Admission Council, up until now LSAT only tested on the basis of three sections.

The second part of the test is a written essay, called LSAT Writing. LSAT Writing is separately administered online using secure proctoring software on the candidate’s computer.

The LSAT writing can be completed 8 days prior to the first section of the test.

Quick Facts about the LSAT

Students tend to apply for school during the October – December period and hence the number of LSAT test-takers during this period is extremely high.

We advise students not to procrastinate about taking the test towards the end of their semester rather prep for LSAT in advance so they can focus on other important application procedures.

Duration of the test

The LSAT test is three hours and 30 minutes long

LSAT Test format

The table below summarizes the LSAT test format.

Section Time Limit Number of Questions Summary
Logical Reasoning 35 minutes 24-26 questions This LSAT section’s questions are based on a short passage, the response should be not be made with assumptions but with only the information presented.
Analytic Reasoning 35 minutes 22-24 questions This section of the LSAT includes a set of questions based on the scenario and a set of conditions. The questions must be answered on what information can be logically inferred from the condition. It analyses the candidate’s ability to understand how to apply rules, regulations, and terms of contracts to a given scenario. Most scenarios are usually not related to law.
Reading Comprehension 35 minutes 26-28 questions LSAT Reading measures the ability to read and interpret lengthy and complex material that is common in law school. It also includes comparative reading questions that require understanding the relationship between two passages.
Experimental Section 35 minutes 22-28 questions Column 4 Value 4

Free LSAT Diagnostic Test

View the free LSAT test to understand the format of the exam.

You can also drop into the institute to take a free LSAT diagnostic test and review the results with LSAT professional tutors to understand how and what you need to do to improve your score.

(The LSAT paper is assessed on a marking scheme. LSAT tutors are trained to analyze core areas of practice that will not help them ace the test but score better in the college entrance test.)

  1. We start with an LSAT diagnostic test to realize your strengths and note points of improvement 
  2. Focus on teaching key concepts and fundamentals that the LSAT test requires rather than just learning through patterns and strategies.
  3. Practice 3-5 full-length LSAT tests in a test simulated environment.
  4. Improve on efficiency and then tackle at improving speed of answering questions 
  5. We will provide students with a wide array of resources to practice concepts, so no material needs to be bought by them.

Students who have already taken the LSAT test but not got a great score can prepare better by taking our LSAT Repeater Course where we seek to improve their skills within a period of two months. Improving the SAT score can increase your chances of securing a seat in your dream college/course or help you secure a scholarship.

What is the difference between LSAT and LNAT

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