First, go get that LSAT practice test
You may have heard that the LSAT is going digital soon, but for now it’s still pencil and paper. So download the June 2007 LSAT PDF linked below, then print it out. It’s an official, retired PrepTest®. (Btw, Official PrepTests are the only kind you should use, but you probably knew that already.)DOWNLOAD THE TEST
Next, take it with a proctor
You could just take it with a timer on your phone, but the more realistic your test conditions, the more realistic your score. So we made an online proctor to walk you through administering the test. It has all the section times and breaks programmed in and ready to go.OPEN LSAT PROCTOR
Then, analyze your performance
Checking the answer key is one thing, but to unlock much more information about your free LSAT practice test, use LSAT Navigator™. We’ll help you gain a deeper understanding of your strengths and weaknesses in order to plan your prep. You’ll need to create an account, but it’s completely free.OPEN LSAT NAVIGATOR
Get a little help from your friends
Check out Manhattan Prep’s LSAT forums for comprehensive analysis and discussion of just about every released official LSAT question. Did we mention our forums are moderated by expert LSAT instructors giving out free strategies and tips? For additional study sessions, you can attend a Free LSAT Prep Hour workshop or keep up with old ones by subscribing to our YouTube channel.