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LSAC (the LSAT)
It’s official. The LSAT is going digital, starting July 2019. Learn more:
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Kelly Capozzi Oct 3
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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
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Really think you should offer a paper version. Could be another misstep...
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PreLawCoach, LLC Oct 3
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PreLawCoach, LLC Oct 3
Replying to @Official_LSAT
I understand your reasons for offering a digital version, but how do you justify not offering a paper version?
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Krishna Oct 3
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My undergrad consisted of printing assignments instead reading them straight from the screen. Additionally most all of my tests have been administered on printed materials. It would be great if printed materials where an option.
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Ashley Andersen Oct 4
Replying to @Official_LSAT
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
Those who get tested digitally receive their scores upon finishing the exam?
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