What is the LSAT?

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT®) is an essential component of the law school application process. The LSAT tests for knowledge in various areas including reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning – skills that are needed to succeed in law school.

WHAT IS LogicPrep’s strategY for the LSAT?

At LogicPrep, our instructors can provide you with personalized instruction to meet your LSAT needs. Whether you are just starting to prepare for this test or are further in the process but haven’t reached your LSAT goals, our instructors are available every step of the way to help you master this challenging exam. LogicPrep’s team of instructors will customize your lessons so that you acquire the necessary skills to excel on the LSAT. If you want to prepare for this test, be sure to contact LogicPrep. Our skilled instructors are eager to help.   

What content is covered on the lsat?

The LSAT is divided into four categories: Logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, reading comprehension and writing sample. These categories are designed to measure skills necessary for your success in your first year of law school. Unlike aptitude tests that require you to have certain knowledge, the LSAT will test your logic skills.

Who takes THE lsat?

Students looking to gain admission to Law schools should take the LSAT.

What is the format of the lsat?

Category Description Length/Format Time Allotted
Logical Reasoning (2 sections) Identify main points of an argument and analyze abstract concepts. 24-26 multiple-choice questions in each of the two sections. 35 minutes per section
Analytical Reasoning Understand how rules impact decisions and lead to certain outcomes, determine relationships between concepts, draw conclusions based on specific guidelines, and analyze abstract scenarios. 4 “logic games” and each includes 4-7 multiple-choice questions. 35 minutes
Reading Comprehension Infer from a given text, find main idea of passages, and point to relevant information within the text (often academic and dense). 4 different passages. 3 single-authored long passages. 1 combines passages from 2 authors but discussing the same topic and it is a shorter text. 35 minutes
Writing Sample Express an argument and support it using facts. The ideas you state must be expressed using proper use of the English language. 1 prompt that tells you to pick a side on a topic and asks you to defend your decision. You will receive two lined pages to write your response. 35 minutes

How is the LSAT scored?

You will receive three different scores: a raw score, a scaled score, and a percentile score. The raw score represents the number of questions you answer correctly. The scaled score converts your raw score using a scale of 120-180. The percentile score represents your score as a percentage in comparison to others who take the exam.

When is the Lsat offered?

The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) is the organization that administers the test. They have approved testing centers across the United States and at international locations and the test is offered seven times per year.