The LSAT exam is the most reputed test for admissions to law schools worldwide. It is the sole test that has full acceptance from all law schools that are American Bare Association (ABA) accredited. The LSAT exam full form is the Law School Admission Test, and it is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). It is the sole standardized examination specifically tailored for admissions into law schools, created in collaboration with these institutions for evaluating the key skills required by aspirants, namely reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and persuasive writing.
The LSAT test can be taken through a live and remotely proctored format for the 2023-24 testing year. At the same time, the LSAC has also revised the testing center format from the August 2023 LSAT exam. Students can thus choose to take the test at home or at the Prometric digital testing center. There are no specific LSAT eligibility criteria 2023, apart from the fact that aspirants should be 18 years of age at least, and should have cleared their 10+2 levels.
The LSAT score report has the candidate’s present score, results of all reportable tests, percentile rank (indicating the percentage of candidates with lower scores than you in the earlier three testing years), and your score band.
The LSAT test comprises the following sections:
Passing the LSAT is possible with determination, hard work, and intensive study and practice over several months. Casually appearing for the LSAT will only lead to failure, since it is otherwise a tough and expensive examination to crack.
A good LSAT score of 170 or more, accompanied by a GPA of 3.75 or higher will naturally increase a candidate’s chances of getting into the prestigious Harvard Law School. Those with GPAs of 3.94 or more, and LSAT scores of 175 have even higher chances of admission.