The Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
is taken by candidates interested in entering law school in the United States. The LSAT consists of 5 sections (175 mins.) of multiple-choice questions and a 30 minute writing sample. A typical LSAT can last for more than 5 hours. The writing sample is always administered last and you will always receive a 10-15 mins. break between multiple choice sections three and four. The 5 sections of the LSAT are as follows: Logical Reasoning (70 mins), Reading Comprehension (35 mins.), Logic Games (35 mins.), Writing Sample (30 mins.) and an Experimental Section (35 mins.).