The Law School Admission Test is administered four times a year and contains three types of questions: Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning (arguments), and Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games). Generally, the LSAT requires more test-specific training than most Graduate School Entrance Exams, due to the fact that even the most rigorous pre-law programs do not require mastery of such abstruse topics as formal logic. Access to an expert tutor, especially one who has experience preparing and performing at an exceptional level, is greatly advantageous for designing and implementing a study plan that is right for you.