The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is a law school entrance exam required by most law schools for admission into their JD program. The test consists of five 35-minute multiple choice question sections and one unscored 35-minute writing sample. Only four of the five multiple choice question sections (two logical reasoning, one analytical reasoning, one reading comprehension) contribute to your score. This score is based on the number of correct answers, or raw score, which is then converted to a LSAT score scale ranging from 120 to 180. Learn more about the LSAT, LSAT prep, and law school requirements by visiting our resources below.