Law School Admission Test [LSAT] Law and Legal Definition

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a half day standardized test required for admission to all law schools that are members of the Law School Admission Council in the U.S.

LSAT is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). LSAT assesses logical and verbal reasoning skills. LSAT is conducted four times a year. The test aims to give law schools a way to judge applicants uniformly. The exam comprises six sections consisting of four scored sections, including an unscored experimental section, and an unscored writing section. The LSAC council offers fee waiver facility to U.S. and Canadian citizens, U.S. nationals, or permanent resident aliens of the U.S. who own an Alien Registration Receipt Card.