Special COVID-19 Update: LSAT-Flex Remote Test, April LSAT Canceled, and More
In our second episode, Branden and Jelena discuss the biggest change in the history of the LSAT, LSAT-Flex.
For the first time ever, LSAC will allow some test-takers to take a shortened version of the LSAT from home, using remote proctoring software. Branden and Jelena walk you through what this means for you, whether you’re a March/April test-taker automatically registered for LSAT-Flex, or someone planning to test in fall now worried about competing for admissions with Flex test-takers.
Should you study differently for this abbreviated test? Will it be unfair to in-person LSAT takers? Is the remote test vulnerable to cheating? And what are you supposed to do if you don’t have a Windows/Mac computer? The Legal Level tackles all these questions and more.
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