LSAT (Law School Admission Test)

The LSAT is a graduate entrance examination which is required from students who want to get into a law school. The purpose of the LSAT is to differentiate among them.

The LSAT measures the ability to read and comprehend complex texts, manage and organize information, and process information to reach conclusions. In addition to the required reasoning abilities, the LSAT measures the examinee's speed, accuracy and skill at planning, discipline, and mechanics.

To take the test no specific field of study knowledge is required.

There are four test dates a year.

Score reports are sent to examinees 6-8 weeks after the test.

Preparational material is available in the Information Center.


(The text is based on T.O. White's Inside the LSAT, Peterson's.)

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