Number of Questions

Minutes per Section


Logical Reasoning

49–51 Questions

2 35-Minute Sections

Identify and assess reasoning in given arguments

Analytical Reasoning

22–24 Questions

35 Minutes

Make inferences based on a series of specified constraints and conditions

Reading Comprehension

26–28 Questions

35 Minutes

Critical reading comprehension of given passages

Experimental (unscored and unidentified)


35 Minutes

Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, or Reading Comprehension


Additionally, students must complete the LSAT Writing test, a 35-minute essay prompt, at a time and place of their choosing (not at the official test administration).


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