LSAT Update: Changes Beginning August 2024
On October 18, LSAC announced its plans to remove the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section from the LSAT beginning with the August 2024 administration.
Logic Games will be included in upcoming LSAT administrations through June 2024.
Beginning in August 2024, the LSAT exam will include the following four multiple-choice sections:
- 2 Sections Logical Reasoning (scored)
- 1 Section Reading Comprehension (scored)
- 1 Section Experimental Logical Reasoning OR Reading Comprehension (unscored)
This is a significant change to the current structure of the LSAT and one that will be met with varying emotions. LSAC has indicated that there are no new types of Logical Reasoning questions anticipated as a result of this change, meaning that the Logical Reasoning questions currently utilized, will be the same when this change is implemented in August 2024.
Please rest assured that the Pre-Law Advising Office will be providing additional information and context for this change and will be here to assist with individual LSAT planning and strategies in light of this change.
For additional information from LSAC regarding this update, please visit the LSAC website.