Resources › For Students and Parents 10 Places to Find LSAT Sample Questions Online Use these resources to practice LSAT questions. Share Flipboard Email Print For Students and Parents Law School Applying to Law School Pre-Law Prep Surviving Law School Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Admissions College Life Graduate School Business School Distance Learning View More By Michelle Fabio Law Expert J.D., Temple University B.A., English and History, Duke University Michelle Fabio is a licensed attorney, an award-winning blogger and writer, and the author of "The Art of the Law School Personal Statement." our editorial process Michelle Fabio Updated March 17, 2017 Doing LSAT sample questions is one of the best ways you can prepare for the LSAT. Not only will you become increasingly more comfortable with the test format, you'll also be able to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses, so you can focus on the sections that give you the most trouble. After all, your LSAT score is based on the number of questions answered correctly (the raw score), which is converted to an LSAT scale that ranges from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 the highest possible score.” The average LSAT score is about a 150. If you want to raise your LSAT score, one of the most important things you can do is practice. Like most standardized tests, the more you familiarize yourself with the questions, practice under time pressure and just overall learn the test itself, you are going to be better prepared for exam day. Lucky for you, the Internet makes it easy to find lots of sample LSAT questions online. There is no excuse to not do plenty of practice questions before exam day! The following are some places to find LSAT sample questions online. Note, if you do plenty of practice and find you are still struggling, it might be worth it to reach out to a LSAT prep company or private tutor. You can even listen to this podcast on the LSAT for free advice! 01 of 08 Manhattan Test Prep Hero Images / Getty Images. With Manhattan Prep you can attend a live class for free and test drive their on-demand course as well. Additionally you have access to some cool study games, an online virtual proctor (very helpful for a practice test). For the amount of free resources you get, this is a top site! 02 of 08 LSAC.org LSAC offers this PDF file of information on strategies for taking the LSAT. Inside you'll find 14 sample reading comprehension questions, 8 sample analytical reasoning questions, 9 sample logical reasoning questions, and two examples of writing sample prompts. All of the questions also have answers and explanations. Additionally, they provide a full sample LSAT test in PDF form. Make sure you try and replicate test conditions when taking this practice test! 03 of 08 LSAT Blog Among other tips, this site offers a variety of sample LSAT Logic Games, along with explanations for each one. It is an “organized place where law school applicants could practice quality, non-official LSAT Logic Games for extra practice. 04 of 08 LSAT Test Prep for Law School Admission This site has one set of practice questions for each section of the LSAT, along with detailed answers and analysis. It also offers tutorials on how to optimize your score on each section. 05 of 08 LSAT Test Questions Here you can find a handy guide to the LSAT test including a breakdown of the sections and question types. This site nicely organizes everything you need to know about the test itself and provides a few links to other test prep websites. 06 of 08 Peterson's Graduate Schools Peterson's provides a handful of LSAT sample questions and answers if you need just a few more for practice. The questions are organized by test section, including a writing sample prompt. 07 of 08 Princeton Review Princeton Review offers a full, online practice LSAT; you must register with the site before accessing it. By registering, you gain access to a Princeton Review LSAT course demo as well as a full online practice test. 08 of 08 Test Prep Review Test Prep Review provides what it calls "self assessment module quizzes" that include sample LSAT questions and answers. There are also several sets of just regular practice questions. The more the better!