LSAT syllabus is basically designed to test reasoning and reading skills of the candidate.The syllabus includes subject matters that involve critical/ analytical/logical skills over the years of educational lifetime. General awareness or Mathematical aptitude sections are not included in the LSAT.
The section-wise syllabus for the law entrance exam is as under:
|Analytical Reasoning||The section is based on the structure of relationships with logical conclusions, relationships based on things, persons or events, statements and conclusions, and some legal statements and relationships based problems|
|Logical Reasoning 1 & 2||The sections assess candidates’ ability to analyse, critically evaluate, and complete arguments through logical reasoning questions based on passages (comprehension or legal). The type of questions will be of statement-conclusions, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying principles or rules, and identifying argument flaws.|
|Reading Comprehension||The section carries questions to assess candidates’ reading and interpretation skills based on four sets of reading questions, each consisting of a selection of reading material, followed by four to nine questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.|
Key Features of LSAT Exam Pattern
|Exam mode||Remotely-proctored online exam|
|Exam duration||2 hours and 20 minutes|
|Time per section||35 minutes for each section|
|Test Language||English only|
|Type of questions||Objective-type questions|
|Sections||Four sections based on three subjects|
|Question per section||23-24 question for each section|
|Total questions||92 MCQs|
|Total marks||On a scale of 420-480|
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