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 LSAC 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.
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.