Free Practice LSAT Information - Spring 2023
Friday, February 10
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm (Martin Hall Room 250)
Friday, March 31
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm (Martin Hall Room 250)
- You will need to provide your own device for the four-part exam. Each section is timed at 35 minutes.
- You will need to log into LAW HUB or have your free LSAC account established prior to the exam. Creating this account is free and does not obligate you to anything.
- It is best to have your free LSAC account established prior to the exam. Be sure to remember or document your username and password for the day of the practice exam.
- We think offering the digital exam in a proctored environment will be very advantageous to you, so please take advantage of this opportunity. The official LSAT is now given in digital format only.
Students are also encouraged to use the free LSAT Prep tools on the LSAC web page at Official LSAT Prep℠ & LSAT Prep Plus℠: Prepare for the LSAT | The Law School Admission Council (lsac.org). Students must create a free account to use these tools, but creating the free account does not obligate you to anything. There is also a $99 LSAT Prep Plus that offers you access for one year. Please consult with us before paying for any LSAT preparation.
The JSU Houston Cole Library also has access to a free practice test prep database called Mometrix. The direct link to this free resource is https://lib-proxy.jsu.edu/login?url=https://portal-mometrixelibrary-com.lib-proxy.jsu.edu/?__acct=566.
Law School Fairs
Sixth Annual Law School Fair and Workshops and Law School Forums - Tuskegee University
This event will take place January 26, 2023
- Law School Forums will be from 12:30 - 2:30 pm in the Chappie James President's Lounge.
- Law School Fair and Workshops will be from 5 - 7 pm in the Daniel "Chappie" James Arena.
Law School Forums Schedule:
- 12:30 pm - All About the 3+3 Program in Law
- Featuring Case Western Reserve School of Law; Samford University, Cumberland School of Law; and Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law
- 1:30 pm - Paying for Law School
- 2:30 pm - Navigating the Law School Admissions Process
Sponsored by the Tuskegee University College of Arts and Sciences, Department of History and Political Science
Law School Open House/Campus Visits
Stay tuned for 2023 Dates
2023 Official LSAT Dates
United States (Including Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands) and Canada
January 13, 2023 — LSAT
February 10, 2023 — LSAT
April 14, 2023 — LSAT
June 9, 2023 — LSAT
Judge Buttram Scholarship in Pre-Law
A junior or senior who has maintained a 3.25 overall GPA in his or her undergraduate studies with a 3.5 GPA in his or her field of major study which includes: political science, history, psychology, English, business, criminal justice, and sociology.
Priority is given to students applying to an ABA accredited law school. Applicants for this scholarship are required to sit for the official LSAT in order to be considered for the scholarship. Students generally sit for the official LSAT in the summer following the completion of their junior year since students will apply to law school(s) in the fall of their senior year. The scholarship committee will review the applications following the release of the July LSAT scores. Official LSAT scores are viewable to the JSU Pre-law Advisor. If no student meets the requirements for the fall scholarship award, then the scholarship committee will review the fall official LSAT scores in November to award for the spring semester.
Students should apply for the scholarship in the fall of their junior year as they will likely sit for the official LSAT for the first time in spring of their junior year or the summer after completing their junior year.
If the recipient plans to graduate in the fall semester, the scholarship office will award the scholarship amount for the fall semester and there will be no recipient for the spring.
If the recipient plans to graduate in the spring semester, the scholarship office will award the scholarship amount in the fall and the scholarship amount in the spring to the chosen recipient.
The scholarship amount varies each year.
Students should begin taking the free, practice LSAT administered by JSU during their freshmen year in order to properly prepare for the official LSAT. Information on preparing for the LSAT and applying to law school is available from the office of Honors and Special Programs (HSP) in 107 Martin Hall or by visiting the Pre-Law web page
You may apply for the scholarship online.
For additional information, contact Dr. Lori Owens in Honors and Special Programs at 256-782-8269 or Dr. Dean Buttram in Criminal Justice at 256-782-8179.
You must apply online for this scholarship. The application process will open on October 1, and close on February 1.
Award amount varies.
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