This section will test your ability to identify the purpose and structure of a passage or passages, define main ideas, or evaluate arguments and conclusions. There will be 4 reading passages with 5-8 questions for each passages.
This section contains short, argumentative texts and questions that will test your ability to understand, analyze, manipulate and evaluate arguments and draw conclusions. Each LSAT includes 2 scored sections with 24-26 questions in each section.
You will solve problems with many pieces of data simultaneously that incorporate basic logic, systems of order, and outcomes. There will be 4 sets of data with 5-7 questions per set.
This section will ask you to choose between two different courses of action. Your writing sample should illustrate your ability to make a persuasive argument. It is hand-written and ungraded, but provided to all law schools that receive your LSAT scores.
LSAC uses this section to normalize new questions for future LSATs. This section will either be another Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, or Reading Comp section. You will not be able to tell which section is experimental.