The LSATs, or Law School Admission Test, are a set of exams that prospective law students must take in order for them to attend law school. These tests take place six times each year, in various locations worldwide, and test one's reading comprehension, reasoning and logic, and can be quite difficult if you don't know what you're doing.
The test came into existence shortly before 1950 as a way to standardize law school entry, besides solely just looking at a student's GPA. Countries like Australia, Canada and the United States have used them for decades, while more and more are adding these exams to their list of requirements for law school entry every day.
And because you're interested in possibly becoming a lawyer, we want to help you out with some LSAT prep. As with any field, there are certain words that you need to know. How can you attend a school when the jargon is unclear to you? So, we want to test how LSAT-ready you are, with a quiz that'll test you on the words you need to know.
Will you be ready to face the exams once you're done, or would you need to spend some time reading the dictionary? Let's find out.