The LSAT is an important standard that aids law schools in their evaluation of applicants. The test measures reasoning and reading skills that are considered essential for success in law school. Administered four times a year in testing centers around the world, the LSAT is the first step in applying to law school admission process. It is required for admission to all ABA-approved law schools, most Canadian law schools, an Australian law school and many other law schools, including some in India. Learn more about the LSAT and how to register at LSAC.org.
Test takers recommend LSAC's Official Prep Test books as the best way to become familiar with the LSAT prior to taking it. The Official LSAT Handbook walks you through how best to approach each question type, and the Official LSAT SuperPrep provides helpful explanations for each right or wrong answer. All Official LSAT test prep productions, including ItemWise, an online LSAT-familiarization tool, are available at LSAC.org.
The law school application process is much simpler with LSAC's Credential Assembly Service (CAS). CAS streamlines law school admission by allowing applicants to have all transcripts, recommendations, and evaluations sent only once to LSAC, where they are summarized and combined with LSAT scores and writing samples into a report that LSAC sends to your prospective law schools. And you can apply using the online applications in most cases.
LSAC sponsors free Law School Forums to simplify your research for the right law school. Forums are held in cities throughout the United States. Most poeple spend anywhere from a few hours to an entire day at a forum attenfing live workshops on essential admission topics and talking face-to-face with more than 150 law school representatives. By preregistering at LSAC.org, you can save time at the forum and receive reminders and updates, including other great things to do in forum cities. Don't miss this opprotunity!
University graduates from around the world are choosing to pursue advanced law study bu obtaining an LLM or other law degree from a US law school. LSAC offers a unique document assembly and transcript evaluation service for qualified applicants from throughout the world who wish to enter a US graduate law program. The service includes a searchable database of the many LLM programs offered by an increasing number of law schools. All details are at LSAC.org.
LSAC is a critical partner for law schools and prospective students throughout the world. We work directly with law schools so we can provide all the tools you need to assemble your law school applications. From administering the Law School Admission Test to compiling transcripts, evaluations, letters of recommendation, and applications, LSAC eases the admission process- giving you more time to focus on your future.
1. Set up your secure account
2. Prepare for the LSAT with a free, sample LSAT; purchase Official LSAT prepTests and ItemWise.
3. Easily research law schools, their admission requirements, and deadlines using the UGPA/LSAT search and ABA-LSAC data searches.
4. Find your prelaw advisor and arrange a visit.
5. Sign up for Law School Forums, where you can meet face-to-face with more than 150 law school recuiters.
6. Register for the LSAT, print your ticket for the test day, and analyze your answers after the test.
7. Sign up for LSAC's Credential Assembly Service (CAS) to easily meet law school requirements for transcripts, recommendations, and applications.
8. Register with the Candidate Referral Service (CRS) so law schools can recruit YOU.
9. Use your LSAC account to apply electronically to as many law schools as you like.
10. Keep track of everything related to your law school admission with just a few clicks.