Getting into law school is no easy task. In fact, for most students, it's an even more stressful process than getting into college. Your undergrad courses, your GPA, and your scores on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) will all be considered.
The LSAT measures your ability to read critically, analyze arguments, and apply logical reasoning. It also includes a writing sample which does not contribute to your score. One of the simplest ways to improve your chance at law school acceptance is to master the LSAT, and this includes the two logical reasoning sections.