The LSAT is a very important part of your admission profile and you can take the steps to ensure that the score reflects your abilities.
Your undergraduate GPA and your score on the LSAT are two important factors determining the likelihood of acceptance into the law school of your choice.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test developed by the Law School Admissions Service (LSAS). It is designed to indicate a candidate’s potential to succeed in the first year of law school. LSAT is offered four times each academic year.
For LSAT dates, registration information, and other related questions, please visit www.lsac.org.
You can take a sample LSAT here.
We strongly encourage you to use the LSAC SuperPrep II as part of your preparation materials.
Spring 2016 Free LSAT Prep Session Schedule (Beck Hall 113)
Wednesday, March 2: Introduction to the LSAT and Law School (7-9 pm)
Wednesday, March 9: Reading Comprehension
Wednesday, March 16: Logical Reasoning
Wednesday, March 23: Logic Games