The only way to master the LSAT is to know exactly what you’re up against. If you want to know what kind of questions are on the LSAT, when you can take an exam, and what the heck your LSAT score even means, you’re in the right place.
Every LSAT is scored on a scale of 120-180, and the difference between the school of your dreams and the school of your nightmares could come down to a single point. Check out "LSAT Scores Explained" for more info.Read more
Each LSAT consists of four scored sections (Logic Games, two Logical Reasoning sections, and Reading Comprehension) and two unscored sections (a writing sample and a bonus Logic Games, Logical Reasoning or Reading Comprehension experimental section.)Read more
Law schools don’t care if you’ve memorized the quadratic formula or how many spelling bees you’ve won. They want to see how you handle logic.Read more
The LSAT is offered four times a year (February, June, September/October and December). Find out which administration is most popular and why in "When is the LSAT?"Read more
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