A large part of preparing to take the LSAT (and most standardized tests) is familiarizing yourself with the mechanics of the test:
- What does it look like?
- What is being asked of you?
- How do you physically provide answers to the test questions?
We recommend that you acquaint yourself with the LSAT in the same format in which your test will be administered. In addition, taking practice tests under time constraints will help you estimate how much time you can afford to spend on each question. It will also help you identify the question types with which you need more practice.
Knowing in advance what the test instructions and the question types look like will minimize distractions from your main focus on test day: answering test questions and budgeting your time wisely to do so.
Official LSAT Prep on LSAC’s LawHub
The online Official LSAT Prep™ available through LawHub uses the authentic test interface, allowing you to immerse yourself in a simulation of taking the LSAT. You'll be able to do everything you can do during the actual exam — ruling out answers, highlighting passages, setting screen preferences, and more. Practicing with these tests will help you build the skills and confidence to do your best work on test day.
Two full practice tests are available for free through LSAC’s LawHub. For even more practice, you can purchase Official LSAT Prep PlusSM, which provides one year of access to over 60 full Official LSAT PrepTests™ for just $99.
Paper-and-Pencil LSAT Prep
If your LSAT is being administered in a paper-and-pencil format, you can get started with the free sample LSAT available on our website.
There are other test preparation resources including Official LSAT Prep books and eBooks. The Official LSAT SuperPrep and SuperPrep II each contain three full practice tests and explanations for every question, helping you to understand why each answer is correct. Dozens of additional Official LSAT Prep tests are also available for purchase.
Spanish LSAT Prep
Once a year, LSAC offers the Spanish LSAT for test takers applying to law schools in Puerto Rico, where Spanish is the primary language of instruction. The Spanish LSAT is administered in a paper-and-pencil format. Candidates can access a free Spanish LSAT practice test from our website.
Create a Customized Practice Plan
In addition to our Official LSAT Prep offerings, LSAC has partnered with Khan Academy to provide test takers with free, personalized prep materials that include interactive lessons, timed practice tests, strategies, tips, and more. These high-quality resources can help you build the skills you need to reach your LSAT goals.