LSAT Reading Comprehension Practice Tests

You will see one portion of Reading Comprehension graded on LSAT Test Day, which means that Reading Comprehension makes up around one quarter of your total points.

Duration: 35 minutes Length: 26-28 passage-based questions (divided into 4 reading passages).

Subject matter: Four parts are taken from four fields: Law, Social Sciences, Technology and Humanities. Three of the passages are going to ask you questions about a single text. One of the passages, known sometimes as the "Comparative Reading set", will feature two texts, and the questions will focus on how they relate to each other. The basics A Reading Comprehension task is made up of these parts: 1-2 passages: Total length of the text will be about 50-60 lines. The topics are diverse, and many may be unfamiliar to you. Learn More

LSAT Reading Comprehension Practice Tests

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