The LSAT, or Law School Admissions Test, is a comprehensive test given to law school applicants. The Law School Admission Test is a 101-question, multiple-choice test for applicants to law schools. The test is administered by the Law School Admission Council, or LSAC.
The LSAT is composed of five 35-minute multiple-choice sections and one 30-minute essay. Two of the five multiple-choice sections will be Arguments testing Logical Reasoning, one will be Games testing Analytical Reasoning, and one will be Reading Comprehension. The fifth section will be an experimental section which won’t count towards your score.
The LSAT is an aptitude test and is thought to be very difficult.