Most people require lots of time to practice and be ready to take the LSAT. We recommend studying at least 1-2 hours a day for 3-6 months. A competitive score will get you into the law school you would like to attend and access to more scholarships and grants.
Take LSAT with enough time to apply October-December a year earlier than you want to start law school.
Each law school has different requirements. Check each of their websites for information.
Request that your recommenders submit the letter before your personal deadline.
Your school/transcript servicer must send the transcript with a form provided by LSAC.