The LSAT exam is a graduate school exam that is required for entrance into law school. This exam does not test your memory, but requires you to understand concepts and make decisions in a quick manner.

Here are the sections on the LSAT:

Section Total Amount Of Time Allotted Number Of Questions Time To Answer Each Question
Analytical Reasoning 35 Min. 25 1.4 Min.
Logical Reasoning 35 Min. 25 1.4 Min.
Reading Comprehension 35 Min. 25 1.4
Analytical Reasoning/ Logical Reasoning/ Reading Comprehension* 35 Min. 25 1.4 Min.

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There are two key elements when preparing for the LSAT test:

First, you should use a LSAT test study guide, or a set of LSAT test flashcards. This helps ensure that you understand the test material and concepts that are covered.

Second, you should test yourself on LSAT practice tests so that you are familiar with the test process. Many students that know the material will struggle when taking the test, simply because they aren’t good test takers and do not have much experience with taking important standardized tests.