Registering for the LSAT

Registering for the LSAT is an easy process, and one that is in the right direction towards obtaining an education and career in the legal field. Most law schools won’t accept applications until you have the LSAT, The Law School Admission Test.

 The LSAT

What is the LSAT?

The LSAT is a standardized test designed to measure the reading and verbal reasoning skills of potential applicants. The LSAT is given 4 times a year, and consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. The multiple choice questions cover reading comprehension, analytical thinking and logical reasoning.

When can you take the LSAT?

Click on the links for more detailed information regarding the dates. The upcoming LSATs will be administered in:

How to register?

  • Online
  • By telephone,
  • Mail-in registration

You must have an LSAC, Law School Admission Council, account in order to register online.

Preparing for the LSAT

There are a number of ways to prepare for the LSAT. The most obvious way is devote all your free time and energy to study LSAT prep materials, take an LSAT prep-class to learn from professionals and other students to fine-tune your test taking skills. Take practice tests whenever possible and time yourself to make sure you can finish the questions in the given time. You should review the descriptions of the question types as well as take advantage of the variety of free materials published by the LSAC.

How much does it cost?

Read through the LSAT’s fees & fee waivers page on their website for the most up-to-date information regarding testing fees.

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