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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is probably the most important component of your law school application. This exam is a skills-based assessment, designed to determine how you will respond to training in the law. Offered four times a year (February, June, October, and December), students who plan to take the LSAT are strongly encouraged to begin preparation well in advance.
– Al Treacy, Seattle University School of Law
The LSAT is a standardized test with specific sections including reading comprehension, logic games, analytical reasoning, and a writing sample.
Information regardng when you should take the exam, how to prepare for the LSAT, how long your scores are valid, etc.
Make sure you are prepared for the LSAT and are ready put your best effort out on test day.