Preparing for the LSAT
Very few people achieve their full potential on the LSAT without preparation. The amount of preparation you put into studying for the LSAT will be reflected in your score. At the very least, you should take a practice test, including the writing sample, under actual time constraints and test conditions. A full-length, proctored LSAT is offered every semester by the Office of Pre-Law Advising. Check our events page for more information about the practice LSAT.
Free official prep materials are offered on LSAC's website:
- Sample Questions with Explanations: Descriptions of the three LSAT question types, along with some basic test-taking strategies. (A printer-friendly version (PDF) is also available.)
- June 2007 LSAT: A complete sample test. (A printer-friendly version (PDF) is also available.)
- LSAT in Spanish: A complete sample test in Spanish. (A printer-friendly version (PDF) is also available.)
The Office of Pre-Law Advising also has LSAT prep books available for Pre-Law students to check-out and official LSAT practice tests available for purchase.