LSAT

The LSAT is a standardized test used by law schools as part of their admission process. It is comprised of reading comprehension questions, analytical reasoning questions, and logical reasoning questions that measure a student's accuracy, insight, organization of information, critical thinking, and analysis of arguments. It also includes a writing sample that is not scored, but is sent to a student's prospective schools for evaluation.

This test is offered on the UT Austin campus. For general information about LSAT and to register, visit the Law School Admission Council website here.