Sample Questions With Explanations
The following descriptive materials reflect the general nature of the test. It is not possible or practical to cover the full range of variation that may be found in questions on the LSAT. Be aware that material may appear in the test that is not described in the discussion of question types found here. For additional practice, you can purchase any of the many LSAT preparation books published by Law School Admission Council.
THE THREE LSAT MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTION TYPES
The five multiple-choice sections of the test contain three different question types. The following pages present a general discussion of the nature of each question type and some strategies that can be used in answering them. Directions for each question type, sample questions, and a discussion of the answers are also included. When possible, explanations of the sample questions indicate their comparative level of difficulty.
THE WRITING SAMPLE
Next, the writing sample is described, including directions and example prompts.