How many pages is the LSAT?
The LSAT test is one of the most difficult and competitive exams in the world. The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is a three-hour exam that consists of four sections. It’s designed to assess how well applicants are able to think on their feet, how they reason through complex problems, how quickly they can analyze information and how good of an argumentative writer they are. With intense competition for admission into law school programs across North America, it’s important to know how many pages the LSAT tends to be so you have a general idea of how much time you’ll need to study.
When you take the LSAT, you’re given the following materials:
The question booklet for each of the sections: logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. This booklet contains 99–102 multiple-choice questions and is typically 8-10 pages in length.
An answer sheet where you mark your answers for each section.
A writing sample booklet, which does not count towards how you score on the LSAT but is collected by law schools for reference. This booklet contains one page of instructions and one page with a short passage that you will be asked to read; then you’ll have 30 minutes to write an essay about it.