LSAT is an essential exam taken by students to enter a law school. Nearly all American approved law schools require this exam. The test is an integral part of the law school admission process.

The test consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. These sections include:
  • Reading Comprehension section (shows the ability to read, understand and analyze examples of lengthy and complex materials)
  • Analytical Reasoning section (shows the ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions)
  • Two Logical Reasoning sections (show the ability to analyze, critically assess, and complete arguments)
  • Unscored section (it is a variable section, used to pretest new test questions or new test forms)
  • Writing Section (shows the ability to argue and supporting arguments. This section is not scored, but the essay is sent to law schools to help them in the admission process)

The total test time is 2 hours 55 minutes. The structure of the exam runs as follows:
Section Time Number of Questions Details
Logical reasoning I 35 minutes 24-26 Argument-based multiple-choice questions
Logical reasoning II 35 minutes 24-26 Argument-based multiple-choice questions
Analytical reasoning 35 minutes 23-24 Multiple-choice based on Logics questions
Reading comprehension 35 minutes 26-28 Passage-based multiple-choice questions
Unscored (experimental) section 35 minutes 24-28 It may be another Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, or Reading Comprehension section
Writing section 35 minutes 1 essay Write an essay

The LSAT measures skills that are considered essential for success in law school: accuracy and insight; information organization and management, the ability to draw reasonable conclusions from it; the ability to think critically; the analysis and assessment of the reasoning and arguments of others. The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120 to 180 points. It's better to prepare as thoroughly as possible to take the test only once.

With our skilled team you are to improve scores in all areas of the test. Our staff will teach you to develop you analytical reasoning and reading skills but not to concentrate on knowledge of facts. We will share useful tips and strategies to help you get the highest score.



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