The LSAT® at the University of Navarra School of Law
The LSAT exam is a requirement of all students wishing to apply to Law School in the U.S., parts of Canada and elsewhere. University of Navarra is currently the only institution in Spain to have been selected to offer the exam, and it has been doing so since 2009.
As of June of 2009, the U.S. Law School Admission Test (LSAT) has been administered on an annual basis in October and in June on the Campus of the University of Navarra.
The LSAT is an essential requirement of the Law School admission process for U.S., Canada (Common Law Programs), the University of Melbourne (Australia), and a growing number of other countries. The six-hour standardized exam is a highly structured assessment of a student's analytical skills in reading comprehension, and logical and verbal reasoning, and is administered on the same day worldwide at various times throughout the year.
"An applicant cannot take the LSAT more than three times within a two-year period and the Law School Admissions Counsel (LSAC) recommends advance preparation for the LSAT, due to the importance of the LSAT in law school admissions and because scores on the exam typically correspond to preparation time. The structure of the LSAT and the types of questions asked are generally consistent from year to year, which allows students to practice on question types that show up frequently in examinations. The LSAC suggests, at a minimum, that students review official practice tests before test day to familiarize themselves with the types of questions that appear on the exams. The LSAC offers one free test that can be downloaded from their website (www.lsac.org.). For best results, the LSAC suggests taking practice tests under actual time constraints and conditions in order to identify problem areas to focus on for further review".