Preparing For The LSAT
All applicants must take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) sponsored by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for the purpose of assessing the applicant’s capability of satisfactorily completing the educational program. The LSAT is offered multiple times per year. For the most up-to-date schedule of test dates visit, LSAT Dates, Deadlines & Score Release Dates | The Law School Admission Council (lsac.org)
It is important that all applicants prepare for the LSAT. While there are many options to study for the test, one of the best ways is to take the test under timed conditions, and to be prepared. While law schools will see all reported LSAT scores, many law schools, including the University of Idaho, consider the high LSAT score, so do not be afraid to take the test more than once, especially if you believe that you can improve your score.
There are a number of review courses on the market. LSAC has partnered with Khan Academy to offer free LSAT prep.