LSAT Resources

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is the entrance exam used by law schools to help determine admission. In fact, your LSAT score and prior academic performance are the two most important factors considered in your potential admission to law school. The LSAT tests your ability to think through problems and focuses on logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and critical reading.

For more information on test registration, review the LSAT Information at the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) website.

Official LSAT Content Licensees:

On the LSAC site there is a comprehensive list of test prep companies that have licensed official LSAT content. LSAC does not review or audit the performance of individual test prep companies and urges candidates who are considering paid test prep services to perform research and due diligence to find a test prep company that is right for them.

There are several organizations ready to help you prepare for the LSAT. While many people can prepare on their own, using a preparation book or computer software, others enjoy taking a course with other people and learning in a more structured environment.
If you want to prepare independently, you can order preparation materials from the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC).

Recommended Free Resources:

Here are several resources for test prep courses on the LSAT. It is recommended that you check into each of them, as there are variations in fees and amount of class time. The Pre-Law Advising Team will not recommend one test prep company over another as it is important for you to research and find the option best to meet your needs.

Many law schools require that the LSAT be taken by December for admission the following fall. However, taking the test earlier (in June or October) is often advised.

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