The LSAT is a standardized test approximately four hours long and consists of 5 multiple-choice sections: 2 logical reasoning sections, 1 logic games section, 1 reading comprehension section, and 1 unscored experimental section. After they complete the multiple-choice portion of the exam, test takers provide an essay called the writing sample. For each section including the writing sample, test takers are given a time limit of 35 minutes.
The LSAC gives the Law School Admission Test four times every year: once in February, once in June, once in either September or October, and once in December.
You can find the test centers closest to you by visiting the testing locations page on the LSAC website. There you’ll find a list of every published LSAT test center. Please note that some test centers are not available for every LSAT administration.