LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Tests

Each LSAT Logical Reasoning question requires you to read and understand a short passage, and then answer the question. The questions are structured to test a wide range of critical thinking skills.

The Logical Reasoning section consists of two, thirty-five-minute sections, each with between twenty-four and twenty-six questions. Every question contains its own argument and a question. The argument is sometimes referred to as a stimulus or question stem. For the purposes of this guide, it will be called the argument.

As with all of the other sections, there is no penalty for wrong answers; therefore, all questions should be answered. Complete the section in the allotted time, as opposed to completing it in a time crunch. The questions contain significantly less verbiage than the Reading Comprehension section and range from two to twelve lines of text. Learn More

LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Tests

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