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The LSAT or Law School Admission Test is administered by the Law School Admission Councils or LSAC. It Consists of five sections, each with 35 minutes, followed by a 30-minute writing sample. It will take  3 hours and 25 minutes to finish. The LSAT exam is administered four times a year in a pencil and paper format; please click the left menus for information about the dates and locations where this test can be taken.

Question Type

 Number of sections

 Number of questions


Reading Comprehension



 35 Minutes

Logical Reasoning



 35 Minutes

Analytical Reasoning



 35 Minutes

Unscored Section



 35 Minutes

LSAT Writing



 30 Minutes

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) helps law schools evaluate candidates for the admissions process. Doing well on the LSAT increases an applicants potential of being admitted to the school of their choice.

It is important for applicants to prepare a course of study for the LSAT well in advance of the testing day. Keeping to a strict schedule has helped many students receive high scores.

Below, we have collected LSAT related resources and information to help you get started.

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