Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)

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  • FIVE 35-minute multiple choice sections (one experimental section does not count)
  • 96 to 104 questions (no penalty for guessing + answer everything!)
  • scoring rage of 120 to 180 (max)
    • Reading Comprehension (1)
      • four passages or passage sets
      • (400 – 600 words / 5 – 8 questions per passage) 28 questions in total
      • Science, Philosophy, Economy, History, Law …
    • Analytical Reasoning (1)
      • four sets of conditions, statements, or rules
      • (5 – 7 questions per set) 24 questions in total
      • most preparable
    • Logical Reasoning (2)
      • two sections that include short passages, statements, arguments, or discussions
      • (1 or 2 questions per set) 24 – 26 questions per section
      • Logic, critical reading, and reasoning
  • un-scored essay [35 min]

 

  • Take 3 sections (30 minutes each) back to back to back with only about a five second break between each one, take a short break of 10 minutes and try another two sections (standard practice) + Analyze wrong answers
  • Click Here to see how ULS Alumni have prepared for their exams!

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img_1852Joining in 2010, Seungmin is a Founding Member of and Senior Partner at Yonsei ULS. Please be advised: the comment, writing, or column does not represent  the official position of YULS.

 

 

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