Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and is required by nearly all American Bar Association (ABA) approved law schools as one component of an admission file. Visit the LSAC website to learn more about the LSAT and how to register.
Online LSAT Preparation Resource
  • FAQ  LSAC has compiled a helpful list of their most frequently asked questions organized by "Before the Test", "Day of the Test", and "After You Take the Test".
  • Sample Questions with Explanations Descriptions of the three LSAT question types, along with some basic test-taking strategies.
  • General Test Prep Video  This video contains general test-taking tips, straight from LSAC’s Test Development Group.
  • Analytical Reasoning Test Prep Video This video contains test-taking tips specifically for the Analytical Reasoning section, straight from LSAC’s Test Development Group.
  • Logical Reasoning Test Prep Video  This video contains test-taking tips specifically for the Logical Reasoning section, straight from LSAC’s Test Development Group.
  • Reading Comprehension Test Prep Video  This video contains test-taking tips specifically for the Reading Comprehension section, straight from LSAC’s Test Development Group.
  • Khan Academy has partnered with LSAC to offer LSAT specific videos starting in the later part of 2018.  Click here to learn more about this partnership.
  • LSAT Blog provides video lessons and blog posts on many different LSAT topics for all three multiple choice sections and the writing section.  They also have free LSAT concepts flashcards.
  • McGraw-Hill Prep Center for the LSAT provides instructional videos on strategies for different question types on the LSAT.
  • Affordable Colleges has an LSAT Guidebook which covers basic information on the LSAT and resources for making it more affordable. 
  • is a free online resource that comes with ready-made flashcards and quizzes made by other students. You can search for the term LSAT to find flashcards and quizzes based on LSAT concepts.  You can also create your own flashcards.
  • is a free online resource that provides word lists.  You can search vocabulary lists for the term LSAT to find the different word lists.  You can then review the word lists with either the word and definition or just the word.  You can also practice the lists in a quiz-like format and it will track your progress so you know what to work on.
  • Chegg LSAT Test Prep provides one free full-length LSAT practice test. They have additional paid services if you choose to take that route.
  • University of Dayton School of Law provides two different free study timelines for those studying for the LSAT. They have a two- and four-month study plan available.
  • Kaplan 30-day Trial gives you 24/7 access to practice exams and classes, but only for a 30-day period.
  • LSAT Prep Courses provides information on various prep reviews and advice for students planning to take the LSAT.
  • LSAT Practice Test has information about the test, and a practice test that you can use to gauge your preparedness
If you are looking for information on paid test prep services, you can find reviews, service details, and course descriptions for LSAT prep courses at