Law School Admission Test, which is popularly known as LSAT Test, is conducted four times a year, at various test centers all over the world. The test is administered by Law School Admission Council (LSAC), which is a non-profit organization. It conducts LSAT test to assess candidate’s reading and verbal reasoning skills, which are required during their admission in all American Bar Association (ABA) approved law schools, various Canadian law schools and many other law schools.
LSAT is conducted particularly on Saturday in the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean and other countries. It is also conducted on Monday, but only in the month of June, every year. Candidates can appear for LSAT test more than one time, if they feel that they can score better in another given chance. The candidates can seek to appear for Law School Admission Test by following the registration procedures systematically and by making payment of the exact test fee and other applicable charges.
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is conducted to observe the skills of the applicant in these sections: Reading Comprehension, which analyzes the applicants’ ability to read and understand lengthy passages on the general as well as law-related topics; Analytical Reasoning Section will ask you to solve questions that are designed on legal problems; Logical Reasoning asks questions on assumptions, methods of reasoning, possible flaws of reasoning etc. However, the last section of Writing Sample does not include in your final test score but it examines your use of language, basic mechanics of writing, and the clarity.