LSAT Flex Practice Test 2020 (LSAC) and Study Guide. Free PDF download for LSAT Flex Exam Questions Answers Online. This practice test sets feel the actual test and help you in LSAT Flex test prep.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Flex is a standardized test conducted several times throughout the world. LSAT-Flex is a remote test, meaning you take it from the comfort of your own home. But, like the in-person LSAT, it is also a proctored test. It is designed to assess Logical Reasoning, one Reading Comprehension, and one Logic Games (aka Analytic Reasoning). The test is an integral part of the law school admission process in the United States, Canada.
In May, June, and July, we delivered the first LSAT-Flex administrations. Nearly 33,000 candidates successfully completed the LSAT-Flex to continue their law school journeys. We are using the experience from the May, June, and July exams to make future LSAT-Flex administrations even better.
LSAT Flex Practice Test 2020
LSAT-Flex provides the high levels of security, validity, reliability, accessibility, and fairness that candidates and schools rely upon from the LSAT. LSAT Flex Writing is a proctored, on-demand writing exam that is administered online using secure proctoring software that is installed on the candidate’s own computer. See also LSAT Practice Test 2020 Study Guide
Our LSAT Flex Practice Test is based on LSAT Standard. All of the following LSAT Flex Practice Tests are free. You can download in printable PDF files for better LSAT Flex exam preparation.
- LSAT Flex Logical Reasoning Practice Test 2020
- LSAT Flex Logic Games Practice Test 2020
- LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Test 2
- LSAT Reading Comprehension Practice Test 2020
LSAT Flex Exam Overview
What is LSAT-Flex like? The LSAT-Flex is very much like the standard LSAT. It is composed of genuine LSAT questions that have been developed and tested in accordance with our rigorous standards and processes.
To meet the anticipated demand and the needs of the remote testing solution, LSAT-Flex is composed of three 35-minute scored sections (compared to the four 35-minute scored sections plus an unscored section in the traditional test).
Every LSAT-Flex includes one section each of Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning. Test takers continue to take LSAT Writing separately from the multiple-choice portion of the test.
|Name of Test||LSAT-Flex|
|Who can apply for the test?||U.S. and Canada who are registered for the upcoming test|
|Test Mode||computer-based test (Online)|
|Test Fees||$200 (same as the standard LSAT)|
|Questions Standards||more or less LSAT standard|
|LSAT-Flex Test Sections||Three sections consist of Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning|
|Test Duration||2 hours for standard test takers.|
|Breaks During the Test||No|
|Is LSAT Flex eaiser than LSAT?||No|
|Score Range||Test takers receive a score on the standard 120-180|
|Can I cancel your LSAT-Flex score?||Yes (within 6 months)|
|Is LSAT Writing required?||YES|
|LSAT-Flex scores release time||approximately three weeks after testing|
LSAT Flex Study Guide and Test Prep
You’re allowed 35 minutes to complete the Reading Comprehension section, which typically contains four passages and 26 to 28 questions.
Reading Comprehension—You will answer questions about reading passages. No legal or special knowledge is necessary and referring back to the passage is permitted.
Analytical Reasoning—You will derive information and deduce spatial and other relationships from groups of conditions or statements.
Logical Reasoning—You will derive logical conclusions and relationships from a variety of situations and passages.
LSAT Writing—You will write an essay on a topic provided. The essay will not be graded, but a copy will be sent with your test score to your prospective law schools.
You can prepare your self using the official LSAT Flex Practice Test. If you want to familiarize yourself with the format and content of the LSAT-Flex, we recommend using the free Official LSAT Test LSAC’s LawHub.
We encourage you to learn more about the technical requirements of the remotely proctored exam and to test your equipment as soon as possible using the information and tool on this page.
Official Link: https://www.lsac.org/update-coronavirus-and-lsat/lsat-flex