The LSAT has six sections, which are each 35-minutes:

What can members do?

The first five sections are multiple-choice (answer choices A, B, C, D, and E); each question has one correct answer ( each correct answer gives one point and you will not lose points for incorrect answers (it is always to your benefit to at least guess and never leave an answer blank).


The order of the first five sections is random but will always consist of:

Here’s how to do it:

  • Two Logical Reasoning (“LR”) (25-26 questions each);

  • One Analytical Reasoning A.K.A. Logic Games (“LG”) section ” (23-24 questions), which is divided into four “games”; and

One Reading Comprehension (“RC”) section (27-28 questions), Search for the member you want to make a writer

  • which is divided into four passages.

  • One “Experimental” section that can be any of the types given above; this is unscored and unpublished.Click the 3 dot icon ( ⠇) on the Follow button

  1. `The experimental section may be any one of the types listed above, and you will not know which section is experimental (if you have three two LG sections or two RC sections or three LR sections, then you will know that one of them was the experimental, but you will not know which one, so treat each section as though it is scored).

  • The final (sixth) section is the writing section, which does not count toward your score (but is published and could be viewed by law schools).

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