The LSAT is a timed test. During the test, you are given thirty five minutes to complete each section. You are only allowed to work on one section at a time during it’s allotted time period. This means that you can go back and finish up another section if you finish another section early.
So spending your time wisely. If you have answered all the questions in a section, look over the questions and double check if you are satisfied with your answers. More importantly, make sure that you have answered all the questions and have selected the right choice for each question. There have been stories of nervous test takers who circle the wrong boxes on their exam.
During the real LSAT exam, there will be a ten to fifteen minute break between each section. Go to the bathroom and take care of your business and get back in the room and ready for the next section.
The LSAT has a total of five sections each thirty five minutes in length. There are four multiple choice sections and a fifth writing portion.