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Thursday, October 4, 2018

LSAT To Shift From Paper-And-Pencil To Digital In July 2019

LSAT (2017)The LSAC announced yesterday that the LSAT will transition from a paper-and-pencil exam to a digital exam on tablets beginning with the July 2019 test.  In addition, the LSAC will expand the number of test administrations from six to nine in the 2019-2020 test cycle.  For more details, see this FAQ.  Interestingly, "all July 2019 test takers will have the opportunity to see their score before they decide whether they wish to cancel it. Those who decide to cancel will have the option to retake the test again free of charge in the 2019–2020 testing cycle, which extends through April 2020."

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