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Law School Admission Council
It’s official. The LSAT is going digital, starting July 2019. Learn more:
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Kelly Capozzi (Brant) Oct 3
Replying to @LSAC_Official
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Spivey Consulting Oct 3
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Will only July offer the score preview for cancellation, or will this expand to the tests offered after July? Thanks!
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LawSchooli.com Oct 3
Replying to @LSAC_Official
Really think you should offer a paper version. Could be another misstep...
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PreLawCoach, LLC Oct 3
Replying to @OnLawSchool
+1
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PreLawCoach, LLC Oct 3
Replying to @LSAC_Official
I understand your reasons for offering a digital version, but how do you justify not offering a paper version?
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Ashley Andersen Oct 4
Replying to @LSAC_Official
I hope both versions (printed and digital) will be offered. I personally like to make notes/text mark in the margins while taking the LSAT tests when I am studying. Doing this digitally may be almost impossible and frustrating. Please tell us more and your plans.
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Ariel Oct 7
Replying to @7SageLSAT
Those who get tested digitally receive their scores upon finishing the exam?
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