The Law School Admissions Test is a crucial part of law school admission, the purpose of which is to test the skills pertaining to law school. These skills including reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing, and test results help admissions officers as well as candidates to assess how ready the latter are for law school. The LSAT is considered as the single best predictor of first-year law school performance, even more accurate than the undergraduate GPA.
The LSAT consists of multiple-choice questions and a writing component. The multiple-choice questions include reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning questions, and these questions must be answered within the time frame of 35 minutes. The LSAT writing component is an unscored written essay, which is administered online using a secure proctoring software on the candidate’s own computer. The candidates can complete their essay as early as eight days prior to the MCQ test. Candidates are given a time-limit of 35 minutes to complete their essay following the essay prompt.
Being the only test that helps you determine whether law school is the right choice for you, this test is applicable in prestigious law schools in the U.S. and other countries.
This course will help you practise past papers in either components to score to the best of your ability.
What Will I Learn?
- Mastery of core curriculum topics
- Unique question-specific strategies
- Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills
- Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback