The LSAT is the standardized test you will need to take in order to apply for law school. There are official practice tests you can take as well preparation courses through test prep companies, including Kaplan and The Princeton Review. Choose whatever works best for you.
- Taking the test in June will allow you to submit an earlier application, but you can choose to wait until October and still apply that year.
- It’s ideal to only take the LSAT once. So, don’t take the test until you’re ready.
Many law schools also accept the GRE in place of the LSAT. Admissions committees do not prefer one test over the other so take the test that you will do best on. Take free practice exams online for each test to help you decide which exam is right for you.