LR Timing: LSAT Logical Reasoning Time Per Question
For the Logical Reasoning Section of the LSAT, you’ve got about 1 minute and 24 seconds per question (assuming 25 questions / 35 minitues).
This includes the time it takes to bubble in your question on the answer sheet, so you have to account for bubbling time.
LSAT Logical Reasoning Time Management
Remember, this is just an average. Generally the first ~10 questions in each LR section tend to be relatively simple… so you should aim to finish those questions in less time… you will need the extra time to complete the harder questions that you will run into later.
I generally tried to move through the first 10-12 questions in around 1 minute per question. These questions are often the easiest, and if you can complete them under time then you will set yourself up with additional time to complete the more difficult questions in the later half of the section. If you are having timing issues, skip the lengthy parallel reasoning questions that always seem to appear toward the end, especially if these questions tend to slow you down.
Try to give yourself time when things get tough by crushing through the first 10 questions in about 10 minitues. That way, you will leave yourself with about 1 minute and 40 seconds per question on the last 15 questions.