Free LSAT Practice Test 2024 with Study Guide

Try our free LSAT Practice Test 2024 with Study Guide. It is an actual LSAT exam practice test. All of the tests are free; no registration is required. All LSAT question answers are multiple-choice-based quizzes with a time limit. You can practice critical reading, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and persuasive writing skills for your upcoming LSAT exam prep or LSAT Flex Test prep online.

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test and an integral part of law school admission. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) administers the LSAT for prospective law school candidates. It is designed to assess reading comprehension and logical and verbal reasoning proficiency. Starting in September 2019, the multiple-choice portion of the LSAT will be administered digitally in North America.

Currently, the test is conducted in the United States, Canada (standard law programs only), the University of Melbourne, Australia, and a growing number of other countries (Canada, China, Republic of Korea (South Korea), India, Mexico, Nigeria, United Kingdom, Colombia, Jamaica, Russian Federation, Pakistan, Brazil e.t.c).

LSAT Practice Test 2024

The following LSAT Practice Test consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. Our LSAT Practice Test includes one reading comprehension, one analytical reasoning, and two logical reasoning sections (Logical Reasoning + Logic games). The following practice test pretends new questions or evaluates new test forms. See also: LSAT Flex Practice Test 2024

LSAT Exam Overview:

LSAT Changes Coming in August 2024

Starting in August 2024, the LSAT will undergo significant changes to its structure, focusing on enhancing the assessment of candidates’ skills. The updated LSAT will feature two scored Logical Reasoning (LR) sections and one scored Reading Comprehension (RC) section. An unscored section, either LR or RC, will also be included to test future questions. This update aims to maintain the test’s integrity, backed by rigorous research showing the minimal impact on overall scores and a strong correlation with first-year law school success. The score range will remain 120-180.

Key Highlights:

  1. New Format: Two scored LR sections, one RC section, and one unscored section.
  2. Continuity: The 120-180 score range remains unchanged.
  3. Research-Driven: Extensive research supports the update, ensuring reliability and validity.
  4. Minimal Impact: Designed to have minimal effect on test takers’ preparation.


  • The new format starts with the August 2024 LSAT.
  • Prep materials for the new format are available in LawHub’s LSAT Prep Library.
  • The changes do not affect LSATs before August 2024.
  • Test prep materials for the existing format will be available through June 2024.

For more information, visit LSAC’s official page.

Section Subject Area Time Limit Number of Questions
I Reading Comprehension 35 minutes 26–28
II Analytical Reasoning/Logic Games 35 min. 22–24
III Logical Reasoning 35 min 24–26
IV Logical Reasoning 35 min 24–26
V LSAT Writing 35 min

Important Note: The order in which the sections appear and the number of questions in each section will vary because there are several forms of the LSAT.

There is no penalty for guessing on the LSAT. Before taking a wild guess, remember that eliminating one or more of the choices increases your chances of choosing the right answer.

LSAT Study Guide

The following sections and the LSAT Writing will require no specific knowledge from any specialized course. They purport to measure your reading, reasoning, and analytical skills. Remember, no formal background in law is required or necessary.

1. LSAT Logical Reasoning

Each LSAT features two scored Logical Reasoning sections containing 24 and 26 questions. Logical Reasoning questions ask you to critically dissect arguments and fact sets and make inferences from the statements, collectively referred to as the stimulus. Stimuli with argumentation can be followed by any one of the following question types:

Main Conclusion, Flaw, Parallel (Reasoning), Parallel (Flaw), Necessary Assumption, Sufficient Assumption, Strengthen, Weaken, Evaluate, Principle (Identify), Principle (Apply), etc. Stimuli without argumentation, typically presented as factual information, tend to be followed by one of the following question types: Must Be True, Most Strongly Supported, Paradox, etc. A thorough understanding of formal logic principles, exceedingly sufficient and necessary conditions, helps answer the most difficult Logical Reasoning questions.

2. LSAT Logic Games (Analytical Reasoning)

The Logic Games, or Analytical Reasoning section, is typically the most intimidating section for people starting with their preparation. For most, taking a timed Logic Games section without any prior prep work in this area results in incomplete and inaccurate performance. LSAT Logic Games test your ability to deductively examine a framework of relationships and determine what must be true, what could be true, what is not necessarily true, and what cannot be accurate.

Each Analytical Reasoning section consists of exactly four games or puzzles, each followed by five to eight questions. Logic Games hinge on at least one of three recurring themes: ordering, grouping, or assignment.

3. LSAT Reading Comprehension

The Reading Comprehension section of the test is generally the most familiar of the three scored section types. Consequently, making gains can be the most difficult of the three-section kinds. Each Reading Comprehension section features four passages, each followed by five to eight questions.

Since the June 2007 administration (available as a free PrepTest at, every Reading Comprehension section has featured one set of comparative passages instead of one of the single passages. Since none of the Prep Tests in this book contain comparative reading passages, we highly recommend that you purchase some of the most recent tests, either individually through official or by picking up a copy of 10 More Actual, Official Recent LSAT Prep Tests or 10 Very Recent Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests. The questions test your command of global ideas and fine details in the passages.

Reading Comprehension questions routinely inquire about authors’ views, outside views, main points, definitions, passage structures, argumentative functions, and general inferences.

4. LSAT Writing

Since most law school exams involve writing under timed pressure, the LSAT includes a timed Writing Sample administered as the sixth test section. It is unscored. However, each law school you apply to will receive a copy of your Writing Sample.

Thus, it is essential that you at least exert some effort in framing an appropriate argument for the topic at hand. The writing prompt is given in the form of a decision prompt. A scenario will be presented, followed by two distinct courses of action. Your job is to argue one of the two choices persuasively. There is no “right” or “wrong” answer; each side will have positives and negatives. Make sure to write legibly and back up your position clearly and concisely.

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