The LSAT -Law School Admission Test is a standardized test mandatory for taking admission in law schools in the United States, Canada, Australia etc. A person can attend the exam 4 times in a year and time duration of the exam is 3 hours and 30 minutes. The highest score a person can get in the LSAT exam is 180 and the average score is 150. The exam fee for LSAT is $175.
The LSAT -Law School Admission Test is a standardized test mandatory for taking admission in law schools in countries such as the US, Canada, Australia etc. A person can attend the exam 4 times in a year and time duration of the exam is 3 hours and 3o minutes. The highest score a person can get in the LSAT exam is 180 and the average score is 150. The exam fee for LSAT is $175.
The LSAT exam is basically a paper-based test and it has 5 sections. For each section, we have 30 minutes. You have to answer Multiple Choice Questions. Logical Reasoning has 2 sections, in each section tests the candidate’s ability to evaluate, think critically, and assess an argument on its objective merits. Reading Comprehension includes 1 section and tests the ability to develop information from complex written text, create relevant connections. Analytical Reasoning has 1 section and the section tests the skill to understand the make-up of relationships and deriving logical reasoning about the structure at hand.
At the end of the test, there is another 35-minute writing section is managed in all schools. Top Universities of law school demand high scores that are, a person has to attain score higher than 170 out of 180. So this situation is so challenging to take admissions in top law schools.
Analytical/logical reasoning part of LSAT exam includes questions like must be true and main point questions and also conditional statements, analysing arguments, additive inferences, strengthen and weaken arguments, linear and advanced linear games, grouping principles and numerical distributions, rare games types such as circular, pattern and mapping games, case and effect reasoning, necessary and sufficient assumptions, flaws in reasoning, parallel reasoning, resolving paradox etc.
Some of the best LSAT books are listed below:
1)10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
2)Kaplan’s LSAT Premier 2016-2017 with Real Practice Questions
3)PowerScore LSAT Bible Trilogy
4)The Princeton Review Cracking the LSAT Premium 2015 Edition
5)Introducing the LSAT: The Fox Test Prep Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer
6) The Official LSAT SuperPrep
7) The LSAT Trainer
8) McGraw-Hill LSAT 2016
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