LSAT Analytical Reasoning Practice Test
Nearly all American Bar Association-approved law schools require their applicants to take the LSAT. To help you prepare for the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, this page contains everything you need to know, including what topics are covered, how many questions there are, and how you can study effectively.
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What’s on the LSAT Analytical Reasoning Section?
This section of LSAT consists of several sets of questions. Each set is based on one single passage. These passages will describe common grouping and/or ordering relationships. Examples may include ordering tasks according to priorities, assigning instructors to class sessions, or scheduling employees for work shifts.
Your job will be to:
- Pose a correct solution to a problem based on the relational information you are given
- Decide what could be or must be true about the situation
- Fill in missing facts by using implied information
- Complete “if-then” statements and recognize their relationships
You will not need to have any prior knowledge of the topics or cases being discussed. You will answer using the knowledge, reasoning abilities, and skills expected of college students and graduates.
How many questions are on the LSAT Analytical Reasoning test?
There are between 22 and 24 multiple-choice questions on this test.
How long is the LSAT Analytical Reasoning test?
The time limit for this test is 35 minutes.
What is the passing score for the LSAT Analytical Reasoning test?
There is no set passing score for this test.