FORBES ADVISOR — The Law School Admission Test (LSAT)®, the most common standardized test for law school, tests logical thinking, argumentation and exceptional reading ability. If you plan to take the LSAT, knowing the ins and outs of the test is the first step to getting the score you want. An above-average LSAT score can help you gain admission to your target law school and may even indicate how you’ll perform in the first year of your studies. Regardless of your pre-law major, it’s important to prepare for the LSAT.