To be successful in law school and in a legal career, you’ll have to demonstrate your ability to:
- Comprehend complex texts with accuracy and insight
- Organize and manage information and draw reasonable inferences from it
- Think critically
- Analyze and evaluate the reasoning and arguments of others
The LSAT consists of five sections of multiple-choice questions: Logical Reasoning (two sections), Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and an unscored Variable Section. A Writing Sample is administered at the end of the test. While your Writing Sample won’t be scored, it will be sent to any law schools to which you apply.
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