Students searching for law school is required to
take the Law School Admission Test, or LSAT. Most
top-tier law schools require a score of 165 or
more-scores ranging from 120 to 180-for approval.
Only thorough preparation will help you to score
high. Take steps to be as prepared as you can be,
before you take the test.
- LSAT review books
- LSAT prep test
- Registration with LSAC
1. Take a review course. These courses, some of
which charge significant fees, can be ideal for
students who lack the discipline to study on their
2. Buy the last published LSAT review books. ;
These will include up-to-date practice tests. Each
LSAT test is different, but the most important thing
is to understand the measurements of the test,
practice test-taking and familiarize yourself with
time pressure. The point of practice is to reduce
the time you need to complete the questions at the
same time, achieve the highest possible score, you
can. Each test takes about four hours.
3. Be serious about studying for the LSAT. Set
aside at least an hour each day to study and take a
practice test once a week. Do not sign up to take
the test until you feel prepared. Most students
start to prepare at least four to six weeks before
the test date, according to the
California-Berkeley Career Center.