Practice Tests for the LSAT
Get into the law school of your choice!
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test required for admission into law schools approved by the American Bar Association. The test is a measure of critical reading, verbal reasoning, and analytical thinking skills.
The LSAT has four topic areas:
- Logical Reasoning—assesses your ability to analyze and evaluate arguments.
- Analytical Reasoning—assesses your skills in basic logic, including deductive reasoning and finding structure within organized data.
- Reading Comprehension—assesses your ability to identify main ideas and details, make inferences, and make extrapolations.
- Writing Sample—assesses your ability to argue one position over another, supporting one position while knocking down the other.
Practice for the test online, zero in on your strengths and weaknesses, and make sure you're ready.
- Take 2 timed, full-length LSAT practice tests.
- Find detailed answer explanations for every question.
- Use what you learn to target your study time.