You will not be tested on your knowledge of the law on the LSAT.
Many students erroneously believe that the LSAT is a test of your legal knowledge. Although you may see questions talking about a certain law or court ruling, those will simply be vehicles for the questions; you will not be asked to discuss the law, or explain the law. The LSAT tests how well you can spot patterns, relate seemingly unrelated information, and process large amounts of complex text–all of which are skills you will need to be successful in your study of the law–but it does not test your knowledge of the law itself.
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