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  • What's on the LSAT?

    The LSAT is a 4–hours exam that consists of five sections: Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, an Experimental section and a Writing Sample. Here's the breakdown of what types of questions you'll face on each one.

  • More about the LSAT Tests:
    Logical Reasoning
    • 2 sections, each about 25 questions
    • 35 minutes per section
    • Tests ability to determine main points of arguments, apply logic to abstract concepts, find relevant information within a text, and analyze and evaluate arguments
    Analytical Reasoning
    • 25 questions, 35 minutes total
    • Tests ability to understand effects of rules on decisions and outcomes, determine relationships between concepts, analyze situations and draw conclusions based on set guidelines, and apply logic to ambiguous or complex situations
    Reading Comprehension
    • 27 questions, 35 minutes total
    • 4 sections – 3 with longer passages, and 1 with shorter passages
    • 60 minutes – one 25 minute section, one 10 minute section, and one 25 minute essay
    • Tests ability to draw inferences based on text, determine main ideas of passages, find relevant information within a text, understand a dense, scholarly text
    Essay Section
    • 35 minutes
    • Tests ability to form an argument based on given facts, support an argument, use written English to express an idea