Is there math on the LSAT?
The LSAT has always been a test that is more about reading comprehension, logic and reasoning, and less about math. Is there math on the LSAT? Is it ever necessary to know equations or formulas in order to answer questions? The short answer is no.
Within the Logical Reasoning section, there are sometimes questions that require you to take into account percentages and numbers.
Ultimately, the LSAT does not include any reference to formulas or equations that you’d be expected to know in order to ace the test.