The LSAT is required of most American students wishing to do graduate work in law and is rarely required of foreign students wishing to do a Master’s degree in law. (In the U.S., law is not offered at the undergraduate level as it is in Belgium.)  The test measures certain mental abilities important to the study of law.  It covers a wide range of academic disciplines and gives no advantage to students with any particular academic background. Complete information on the LSAT, as well as registration forms and books to help prepare for the test, is available in the Advising Center of the Commission as well as on the LSAT-website.