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Introducing the LSAT Practice Test
Free Practice Tests now offers a comprehensive course to help prospective law students prepare for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This test is administered four times each year at designated locations throughout the world by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The test is designed to assess reading comprehension, logic, and verbal reasoning proficiencies.
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At NSC, we understand that taking this test determines the route you take in the future, so we aim to get you ready to ace your LSAT on the first attempt! Our course, which has been designed and written by professionals, instills you with the knowledge and confidence necessary to move forward with your answers.
Our LSAT practice test focuses on the individual sections of the actual exam, which are broken down as follows:
- Logical Reasoning - The exam consists of two logical reasoning sections (also known as "arguments"). This is designed in such a way to test your ability to dissect and analyze arguments.
- Reading Comprehension - This section is typically comprised of four passages of 400 to 500 words each, with 5 to 8 questions relating to each passage. Complete sections are made up of 26 to 28 questions, with passages related to law, arts and humanities, physical sciences, or social sciences.
- Analytical Reasoning - This section is often referred to as the "logic games" section. A single section typically contains four "games," which fall into a number of categories, including: grouping, matching, and the ordering of elements. Individual sections here contain about 22 to 24 questions, with each game beginning with the outline of its premise.
- Unscored Variable - Law services commonly refer to this section as the "variable section." This is strictly to generate questions for future exams, and does not affect your score.
- Writing Sample - This appears in the final section of the exam, and is presented in the form of a decision prompt. This prompt provides you with a problem and two criteria of which to make a decision. It is important to remember that while there is no "right" or "wrong" answer to this section, this writing sample will be sent to admissions departments along with your LSAT score.
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By enrolling in our LSAT preparation program today, you are already taking steps towards being admitted to law school. We can assure you that if you pay attention to our course, take the LSAT practice test as many times as possible, and record your necessary findings on the site, you will be sure to ace your exam!