Law School Admission Testing occurs twice a year, and on those two days thousands of prospective lawyers either take a huge leap forward or a step back to study some more.
Preparing for the Law School Admission TestThere are three kinds of LSAT questions that are used to measure critical reading, verbal reasoning, and analytical thinking.
There are 4 separate sections in the test. Two Logical Reasoning sections, an Analytical Reasoning section and finally the Reading Comprehension section.
Practice tests and strategy are the keys to success.
There are hundreds of thousands of references for the LSAT. Choosing the best reference will depend on you as an individual. One thing is certain, the more practice, the better your potential scores. Practice question after practice question should be studied in the smallest parts to refine your understanding of how the test is structured and what the reasoning is for the answers.