LSAT Starts Transition To Digital Exams In July

Law360 (October 4, 2018, 7:22 PM EDT) -- The organization that administers the Law School Admission Test has announced that the admissions exam taken by nearly every law school applicant will be conducted digitally starting in July, with more testing dates to accommodate a wider range of applicants.  

The Law School Admission Council said Tuesday the LSAT will be offered on tablets preloaded with LSAC software next summer. Some applicants on a random basis will still be assigned paper-and-pencil exams in July until the next test in September 2019, when the LSAT will exclusively be offered on tablets for test-takers in North America.

Tests taken up to June will be...

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