The LSAT is the standardized achievement examination for law school admissions in the United States and is produced by LSAC, Inc. The LSAT test has historically consisted of 3 multiple choice types and an essay; the multiple choice section types are Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, and Logic Games. The LSAT is required for admission to LSAC-member law schools, most Canadian law schools, and many non–ABA–approved law schools.
Beginning in June 2019, the LSAT will begin being administered digitally. The LSAT will join the GRE and MCAT exam with this move.
The July LSAT exam will randomly assign the test to half of the takers digitally, while the other half will be required to take the test on paper. This trial will ensure that the test is properly administered the same way in both formats. The test will become fully digital in September 2019.
For the July exam only: Regardless of the format they are assigned, test takers will have the opportunity to see their score before deciding whether to cancel it. This opportunity has never been offered before and will not be offered again moving forward.
The new format will not change the underlying format of the test. Students will still be given scrap paper to work out the LSAT’s logic games questions, and there will now be a stylus provided that doubles as a pen. This will provide students with the ability to highlight and annotate during the reading comprehension section.
|Section||# Of Questions||Time Allowed||Details|
|LSAT Reading Comprehension||26-28||1 35 min section||4 Passages: Natural Science, Social Science, Humanities, Law (5-8 questions per passage)|
|LSAT Logical Reasoning||49-51||2 35 min sections||Assumption-based – Assumption, Strengthen, Weaken, Flaw (50%), Inference-based (20%), Method of Argument (5%), Parallel Reasoning (5%), Point of Contention (5%), All other types (15%)|
|LSAT Logic Games||22-24||1 35 min section||Sequencing, Matching, Grouping, Selection, Hybrid Games|
|LSAT Writing Sample||1 Essay||35 min||Choose-a-side Argument Prompt OR Argument Analysis Prompt|
|Total Time||3:30 - 4:00 hours|
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