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About LSAT

About LSAT

Programs

Programs

Syllabus and Pattern

LSAT is a paper-based test with five sections.

Section Types

Number of Sections

Time

Logical Reasoning

2

35 mins each

Analytical Reasoning

1

35 mins

Reading Comprehension

1

35 mins

Writing Sample

1

35 mins

Experimental Section

1

35 mins

Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT is very similar to the Critical Reasoning section of the GMAT. The questions types are Assumptions, Weaken, Strengthen, main – idea inference etc. These questions test your reasoning ability and find missing assumptions in arguments.

Analytical Reasoning section has questions based on given condition and tests a student’s ability to reconcile those conditions into information to help answer questions. The questions are commonly referred to as Logic games.

Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT perhaps has the lengthiest passages out of all exams. A student reading ability is aptly tested in this section.

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