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  • How many times can you take the LSAT?
    You can take the LSAT five times within the years when The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) can send your scores to law schools. These years include the current testing year you are in and the next five testing years. For instance, if your first attempt was in 2020, your remaining four attempts will be within the years 2021 to 2024.
  • How long does it take to study for the LSAT?
    The general recommended time frame to prepare for the LSAT is three months or 300 hours with a break down of 12-20 hours weekly of full time study. However, it is advised to begin your LSAT prep journey a year ahead of your exam. You can subscribe to one of our budget-friendly LSAT tutoring packages or book a free consultation with an LSAT expert.
  • How long is the LSAT?
    The LSAT takes approximately 30 hours to complete. Familiarizing yourself with the structure and sections of the exam will go a long way in helping you manage your time.
  • How long are LSAT scores Valid?
    An LSAT score is valid for 5 testing years after the year you sat for the exam.
  • When will I get my LSAT score?
    The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) determines when LSAT scores are released and usually publishes a list of score release dates. In general, you can expect to see your test score three weeks after your test date.
  • Why is LSAT removing Logic Games from LSAT?
    Eliminating logic games, which is also the analytical reasoning section, has been a case on LSAC's table since 2019. Two blind candidates raised the notion of how the LSAT logic games section didn't take into consideration the visually impaired since it requires drawing diagrams to answer its questions. As a result, LSAC agreed to re-evaluate the section within four years from then. A thorough research has been done and it's confirmed that the elimination of the LSAT logic games will not affect test takers' scores. The test will also remain fair for all test takers while still upholding its standards as a standardized test.
  • When will the new LSAT format go into effect?
    The newly introduced format of the LSAT will officially be administered in August 2024. This will make it the first test in a new testing year of 2024-2025.
  • Will the restructuring of the LSAT in 2024 make the exam harder?
    The fact that Logic Games(LG) is the only section that can be learned and mastered, makes it most test takers’ best section. However, while some people may find the exam to be harder with the removal of LG, the LSAT will maintain its thorough and meticulous nature.
  • What will Replace the Logic Games on the LSAT?
    An additional Logical Reasoning (LR) section will be added to the LSAT sections to replace the Logic Games. From August 2024, the LSAT sections will consist of two Logical Reasoning sections, one Reading Comprehension section, and the experimental section.
  • Why is the LSAT so tricky?
    Unlike most regular tests, one cannot depend on normal exam strategies like cramming and memorizing dates, definitions, formulas, and names to sit for the LSAT exam. Learn more about the LSAT preparation strategies and tips.
  • Does the LSAT have law questions?
    The LSAT doesn’t require a prior knowledge of law to sit and pass it. All the questions on the exam aim at testing your ability to critically analyze and reason.
  • How do I register for the LSAT Writing section?
    As long as you have registered for the LSAT, you will be eligible for the writing section. Although you will be expected to take the writing section eight days earlier than the day you will be writing other sections.
  • What does LSAT Writing cost?
    The LSAT costs just $222, but there are other fees you will be required to pay. A Credential Assembly Service (CAS) subscription is an example of such fees.
  • Do I have to take the LSAT writing if I have already written one in the previous administration?
    Since only one writing sample is required on candidates’ files to consider their LSAT complete, you don’t have to take the LSAT writing again.
  • What is the LSAT Writing Format?
    The LSAT writing section doesn’t have a laid-down format to follow. Ace your LSAT writing with this ultimate LSAT writing guide.

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