1. What Is The LSAT And How Is It Used?

Q. What is the LSAT?
A. The letters LSAT stand for “Law School Admission Test.” The test is required and is part of the admissions process for almost every law school in North America. The LSAT is the same in both Canada and the United States.

Q. Who administers the LSAT?
A. The LSAT is developed and administered by a company called “Law Services” based in Newtown, PA. They may be found at:

http://www.lsac.org

(215) 968-1001

A free sample LSAT is available for download.

Q. What kind of LSAT score is required for admission to law school?
A. Although the LSAT is very important, it is only one part of your application file. (For applicants in the regular applicant category, your grades will be more important than your LSAT score.) There is no established passing or failing LSAT score and each school is free to decide what score will satisfy its admission requirements. For example, there is at least one school that treats the LSAT as fifteen percent of the decision and there is another where the LSAT counts for almost fifty percent of the decision.

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