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WHAT IS THE LSAT?


LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) is a standardized test required for admission to a majority of law schools in the US and Canada.
In Europe, the LSAT is administered three times a year, in a paper-and-pencil test format.

LSAT STRUCTURE
LSAT contains 5 multiple-choice sections and 1 essay-writing section. The first five sections include the following, in random order: two Logical Reasoning sections, one Analytical Reasoning section, one Reading Comprehension section, and one unscored section that can be any of the three aforementioned section types.
Each of the six sections is 35-minute long, and the total length of the test, including tutorials and breaks, is 4 hours.

Logical Reasoning (at least 2 sections)
Time: 35 minutes
Format: 24-26 questions
Topics tested: argument understanding, analysis, critique, and completion
Problem types: a short text followed by a question

Analytical Reasoning (at least 1 section)
Time: 35 minutes
Format: 22-24 questions
Topics tested: basic logic
Problem types: "logic games"

Reading Comprehension (at least 1 section)
Time: 35 minutes
Format: 26-28 questions
Topics tested: reading comprehension, extended reasoning, language usage
Problem types: 3 texts, each followed by 5 to 8 questions; 1 pair of texts, followed by 5 to 8 questions

Writing (1 section)
Time: 35 minutes
Format: a two-page essay
Topics tested: writing skills, argument development and presentation
Problem types: essay in response to a "decision prompt"

Score
LSAT score is reported on a 120 to 180 scale and represents an equated score resulting from the four scored multiple-choice sections. The Writing sample is not graded, but the text is sent to law schools together with the score report.
Contact the admissions office of the law school you are applying to for more information on the score you need to reach and on policies regarding the Writing sample.

REGISTRATION
You can register online, by phone, or by mail. Please see www.lsac.org for more information.

LSAT PREPARATION BY THE MBA CENTER
For MBA Center LSAT preparation courses, please contact your nearest MBA Center.

 

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