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Frequently Asked Questions about LSAT

What Is a Good LSAT Score?

The LSAT score ranges from 120 to 180. A score equal to or higher than the average score of your chosen law school is considered good score.

Where Can I Take the LSAT?

Please see LSAT Test Centers for a complete list of test locations around the world.

How Do I Sign up to Take the LSAT?

The easiest way to register is through the Law School Admission Council's website at http://lsac.org/

Where Can I Find a List of Law Schools?

You can find law school at http://www.lsac.org/LSAC.asp?url=lsac/law-school-links.asp.

What Is the Highest Score You Can Get on the LSAT?

The highest LSAT score is 180 and lowest score is 120.

What Does the LSAT Consist of?

The LSAT consists of five 35-minute multiple-choice sections and one 30-minute essay. Two of the five multiple-choice sections will be Arguments (Logical Reasoning), one will be Games (Analytical Reasoning), and one will be Reading Comprehension. The last one is an unscored section.

How can I find out where my LSAT score can take me?

Not only is your LSAT score important but also your GPA. Follow the links below, or browse other internet sites to see how the two relate and how well yours compare.

What if I can't find the school I am looking for online?

A good idea is to go to a book store and look at Law School selection books, or a college selection book such as Lovejoy's, these will usually list scores needed to get into each school.

How do you treat multiple LSAT scores?

Multiple scores are averaged. The Admissions Committee has access to all scores submitted and, therefore, is aware of any 'significant' increase or decrease.

What additional factors are considered?

In addition to the LSAT and GPA, the Committee will consider rigor of undergraduate major, school at which degree was earned, significant work experience, community involvement, graduate study, and economic or educational disadvantage. All information in the personal statement and letters of recommendation are given very careful consideration.

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