All LSAT Practice Tests
If you want to practice for a specific section of the exam, take a free LSAT practice test listed below.
LSAT Logical Reasoning (Arguments)
LSAT Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)
LSAT Reading Comprehension
Additional LSAT Practice Resources
If you want some more resources in addition to the LSAT practice questions listed above, review the table below.
|Logical Reasoning Flashcards
|Analytical Reasoning Flashcards
|Reading Comprehension Flashcards
Overview of the LSAT
- 99-102 Multiple-Choice Questions
- A Little Under 3 Hours to Complete
The LSAT includes 3 separately scored multiple-choice sections, 1 unscored multiple-choice section, and 1 unscored writing sample.
Each scored section is multiple-choice, and candidates are given 35 minutes to complete each section.
- Logical Reasoning: 24-26 Questions, 35 Minutes
- Analytical Reasoning: 22-24 Questions, 35 Minutes
- Reading Comprehension: 26-28 Questions, 35 Minutes
- Variable Section (Unscored)
- Writing Sample (Unscored)
For more in-depth information about the exam, read our LSAT exam overview article.
Scoring of the Exam
The LSAT is scored on a scale from 120-180. Your test scores will be released about 20 days after your exam.
Here is how much each section is worth towards your total score:
- Logical Reasoning: (33% of Total Score)
- Analytical Reasoning: (31% of Total Score)
- Reading Comprehension: (36% of Total Score)
You can read about what is a good LSAT score for more information.
Registering for the Exam and Test Day
Anyone can register for the LSAT. You will need to create an account on the LSAC website to do so. There are numerous LSAT test dates you can choose from. The standard fee is $222.
You will have 2 options to choose from when taking the exam:
- Online (Remotely Proctored)
- In-Person Testing Center
This is a matter of personal preference. Some students prefer to take the exam in-person, while others prefer to take the exam online from their home.
Studying for the LSAT
Use these tips and strategies when studying and preparing for the LSAT:
- Choose How You Will Study: Every student will prefer a different method. Some methods include self-studying, a prep course, tutoring, or a combination of resources.
- Set a Study Schedule: Figure out how much time you have before your exam and set a schedule to prepare. This could include setting aside time each day or week to study.
- Take a Diagnostic Exam: Take an exam to see where you stand before you start your studies. This will help you track your progress.
- Check Your Progress Periodically with More Exams: As you progress through your studies, take a practice test and see if you did better than before. Answering sample questions will help you prepare for the actual exam.
- Analyze Weak Areas: It is important to be honest with yourself when studying. Analyze the areas you are weak in and then make those areas a focal point for your studies.
- Study with a Group: Studying with a friend or group can help keep you accountable. It is also nice to bounce ideas off of a peer.
Benefits of Using a LSAT Practice Test
Using a practice test for the LSAT can be a helpful way to prepare for the actual exam. Taking a practice test online can help you focus your studies and identify any areas where you may need to spend more time.
Here are some benefits of using a practice test:
- Answer Explanations: Use answer explanations to help you better understand key concepts and topics, find more efficient ways to answer questions, and learn why an answer was correct or incorrect.
- Patterns: You can use a practice exam to find any specific patterns. Maybe you find that you really struggle with a certain type of question on Logical Reasoning. You can then use this information to pinpoint your studies.
- Timing: A practice exam can be very helpful for getting your timing down. Timing is one of the more challenging things on the LSAT and gives many students trouble on test day.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the LSAT?
LSAT stands for Law School Admission Test. The LSAT is administered by the LSAC and is given to individuals who wish to apply to law school.
Is the LSAT a multiple-choice exam?
The LSAT is a multiple-choice exam. The only section that is not multiple-choice is the writing sample section.
How long is the LSAT?
The LSAT will be a little under 3 hours long. Each section is 35 minutes. There are 5 sections.
How many questions are on the LSAT?
There will be between 99 and 102 multiple-choice questions on the LSAT.
How much does the LSAT cost?
The fee to take the LSAT is $222. There are some other fees that may apply if you add on other features to your exam.
How do you register for the LSAT?
Anyone can register for the LSAT. To register, you will need to create an LSAC account. Make sure you do this at least 1-month prior to your desired LSAT test date.
What is the variable section?
The variable section changes for every exam. The section can be reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, or logical reasoning. You will not know which section is the variable section. The variable section is not scored.
Will a practice test help me for the actual exam?
Yes. Using LSAT practice questions will help you become more familiar with the actual exam and the way in which questions are asked.
The LSAT asks questions in a very unique way. Seeing these questions and practicing them is a great way to study.