About the Exam
The following exam was administered by the Law School Administrative Council (LSAC) to test takers in June 2007. It is intended to help you prepare for the Law School Administration Test (LSAT), an entrance exam for many law schools. The test has four sections covering reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning.
Taking the Exam
For the best practice experience, try to simulate test conditions when taking this LSAT practice exam. Avoid distractions such as cell phones or loud rooms. Start the test by clicking the button below. After you have finished the exam, you can mark your answer and see your test score.