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Use our LSAT FAQ for the current format and contents of the test this year and beyond: how you take it, how you study for it, and much more.
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Find out the number of LSAT administrations offered every year, when they are, and helpful tips to decide which administration is best for you.
I searched far and wide for any LSAT eligibility requirements. Well, I did do a google search, and read the official LSAC website for about 2 minutes, but that’s basically the same thing. My onerous search brought me to a single conclusion: there aren’t any “requirements.” It’s pretty simple. Here’s the thing, the LSAC isn’t […]
If you decide you want to cancel your LSAT registration, the good news is that you can. Officially, this is called “withdrawing” you registration. However, there’s a catch, since there’s always a catch. In this case, there are three catches. The Refund Deadline If you want to withdraw your registration, and would still like to […]
As a future law student, you might have wondered how many people take the LSAT each year and whether there has been an increase or decrease. Find out here!
Scratch paper is very useful to students during standardized tests, especially the LSAT. Do test-takers get scratch paper on the LSAT? Find out here.
The LSAT, or law school admissions test, usually consists of 100 questions. It could be 101 or 99, but is always somewhere around that number. But when you’re asking, “what is the LSAT out of?” you’re probably not asking about the number of questions on the exam. You might have heard something about scoring in […]