The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) measures analytical ability, reading comprehension and logical reasoning.
Required by every law school approved by the American Bar Association in the country, the exam is designed to predict performance in law school. The LSAT is developed and administered by the Law School Admissions Council. Visit the LSAC web site for more information about LSAT test dates and testing sites, deadlines and fees. Practice exams are also available on their web site or from PC’s Pre-law Advisor.
The LSAT is offered four times each year: June, September/October, December and February at selected test administration sites across the country. The best time to take the test is in June between your junior and senior years to ensure that you have enough time to assess your chances of admission at your desired schools and allow you to take the test again, if necessary.
The following links provide information useful as you prepare to take the LSAT: