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LSAT Overview

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is designed to measure skills that are considered essential for success in law school: the reading and comprehension of complex texts with accuracy and insight; the organization and management of information and the ability to draw reasonable inferences from it; the ability to think critically; and the analysis and evaluation of the reasoning and arguments of others. Visit LSAC.org to get more detailed information on the LSAT.

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THE THREE TYPES OF LSAT PROBLEMS

 
 
 Analytical Reasoning
The Analytical Reasoning section is the most mathematical part of the LSAT, focusing a great deal on logical relationships.
 
 
 Logical Reasoning
The Logical Reasoning section tests students’ abilities to follow the validity of a line of reasoning. These logic games can be mastered by sharpening your reasoning skills and developing your ability to make connections between statements.
 
 
  Reading Comprehension

The Reading Comprehension section tests students’ abilities to understand and analyze a passage. These passages are generally taken from academic journals. There are a few different approaches to mastering this section; however, the most important component is practice.

Parliament’s Private Tutoring Program
Our LSAT Private Tutoring program offers:

 
A customized lesson plan to meet your individualized needs
 
Expert feedback on the Postgraduate Admission Process
 
Access to Parliament Online where you can communicate with your tutor in-between sessions
 
Lesson Packages offering discounted rates, including 4, 8, 16 and 24-hour packages of personalized instruction from the most qualified and personable tutors in the industry, all in the comfort of your home
 
Up to 16 Real, Full-length LSAT exams included
 
LSAT Calendar
  Test Dates February 12, 2011
  Registration Online, by Mail, by Telephone January 11, 2011
  Late Registration by Mail January 18, 2011
  Late Registration Online and by Telephone January 21, 2011
  Test Dates June 6, 2011
  Registration Online, by Mail, by Telephone May 3, 2011
  Late Registration by Mail May 13, 2011
  Late Registration Online and by Telephone May 16, 2011
  Test Dates October 1, 2011
  Registration Online, by Mail, by Telephone Auguest 30, 2011
  Late Registration by Mail September 9, 2011
  Late Registration Online and by Telephone September 12, 2011
 
LSAT Format
 

   

 

Section
Number of Questions
Length (Minutes)
Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)
23
35
Logical Reason I  (Arguments)
26 35
Logical Reasoning II (Arguments)
25
35
Reading Comprehension
27
35
Experimental Section
??
35
Writing Sample
 
35