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If you are looking to land a job working in a law firm, either as a paralegal, lawyer or in another capacity including administration, marketing or IT, as part of the recruitment process you are likely to encounter psychometric tests that assess your skills and fit. Our practice tests will help you succeed in your application.

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Sample Law Tests question Test your knowledge!

What conclusion can be drawn from the information that a new law increases the limit on non-economic damages in civil lawsuits from $300,000 to $500,000?

  • Plaintiffs may seek higher compensation for pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, inconvenience, and other intangible damages.
  • The change will decrease the overall number of civil lawsuits filed.
  • Economic damages, such as medical expenses and lost wages, are now capped at $500,000.
  • The statute of limitations for filing civil lawsuits has been extended.

In a legal dispute, the plaintiff was awarded damages 25% higher than what was initially claimed. If the original claim was $80,000, how much was the final award?

  • $100,000
  • $90,000
  • $95,000
  • $85,000

After reading a case summary, it is discerned that the primary legal argument is rooted in a breach of contract. Which part of the contract is LEAST likely to be relevant in adjudicating the breach?

  • Penalties for delays
  • Project timeline
  • Costs
  • Scope of work

During a shareholder meeting, four key discussion points were deliberated. If the sequence of these items discussed followed the order 'Financial Review, Merger Proposals, Regulatory Compliance, then Community Engagement Initiatives', which topic was likely discussed third?

  • Financial Review
  • Merger Proposals
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Community Engagement Initiatives

A supervising attorney allocates tasks to the legal associates. Associate A is assigned 30% more tasks than Associate B. If Associate B is assigned 20 tasks, how many tasks does Associate A have?

  • 26
  • 24
  • 22
  • 28

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1Understand the Law Field

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2Practice Critical Thinking

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3Manage Your Time

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What are covered on Law tests?

Law tests typically assess your analytical skills, comprehension, attention to detail, and your ability to work with complex texts. They may also check your understanding of legal principles and scenarios.

How do I prepare for Law tests?

To prepare for law tests, brush up on your legal knowledge, practice with sample questions, and familiarize yourself with the test format. Focus on improving your critical thinking and time management.

How difficult are Law tests?

Law tests can be challenging due to their focus on complex information and critical reasoning. However, with sufficient practice and a clear understanding of legal concepts, you can improve your performance.

What types of tests are included in the Law tests?

Law tests include a variety of assessments such as verbal reasoning, situational judgement tests, and case studies that relate to legal scenarios, each designed to measure a specific skill set relevant to the field.

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What our customers say about our Law tests

  • Sweden

    August 02, 2023

    It is an overall amazing test for students

    Since i am 12 years old i did not feel that ashamed of myself for not getting good results but i think that this is a very good test for people that will soon have law school tests,but for me my tests wont be for a few years.

  • Liberia

    May 09, 2023

    Good law test

    I like the entire test and I hope to have more tutorials for the test.

  • United Kingdom

    March 20, 2023

    Good test

    Seems like a good simulation of the type of tests I've done before for university scholarship assessments

  • Philippines

    February 22, 2023

    Need to have analytical skills and a good head for math.

    I like how you had to think before answering. Not that easy for some and a walk in the park for others.

  • United Kingdom

    November 17, 2021

    Have a pen and paper handy and don't spend too much time on questions.

    There was numerical reasoning, which was doable, but I spent more time on questions than I expected and what was most likely appropriate. It is unlikely many of the questions could be done in 1 minute.

  • United States of America

    November 06, 2021

    Understand questions

    The questions were concise and easy to understand. It was important to read questions carefully and look at all the details. The graphs were clear and professional. I didn’t like the questions using foreign currency, since I had no up to date information on international monies.

  • Uganda

    September 01, 2021

    Arithmetic skills

    The test centers more on mathematical interpretation than everyday life scenarios that people go through

  • United States of America

    June 21, 2021

    Exploring My Options

    Test was more complicated than I expected and I appreciate that very much. I don't want results that will make me feel good, I want accurate results that will be beneficial.

  • Uganda

    May 26, 2021

    Hard questions

    The questions need serious thinking and yet I'm not settled

  • Nigeria

    May 15, 2021

    The process to achieve the solutions

    I disliked that it involved way too many calculations