The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a required entrance exam for future law students. It is designed to assess logical and verbal reasoning skills and is broken up into six sections:

  1. Logical Reasoning (two scored sections with 24-26 questions in each)
  2. Reading Comprehension (26-28 questions)
  3. Logic Games (22-24 questions)
  4. Experimental
  5. Writing Sample

The sections can appear in any order, with the writing sample always last. Test takers have 35 minutes to complete each section, with the overall duration of the LSAT lasting about four hours. The experimental section is undisclosed, used to test questions for future exams, and is not included in the final score.