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  1. It will technically count, but you should receive an exemption due to this significant and extenuating circumstance.

  2. Please do not post any LSAT related test content as this is a violation of your Certifying Agreement as well as the Certifying Statement you attested to prior to beginning your exam. The testing window is still open and discussion of items is strictly prohibited.

  3. Please do not post any LSAT related test content as this is a violation of your Certifying Agreement as well as the Certifying Statement you attested to prior to beginning your exam. The testing window is still open and discussion of items is strictly prohibited.

  4. This is incorrect. The last test will be on Tuesday, 3/15.

  5. This conversation should not happen while the testing window is still open. Please refrain from commenting.

  6. Honestly no discussion on specific questions is allowed if you are abiding by the Certifying Statement you agreed to when you tested. That said, we haven't enforced this when it comes to discovering which section was the unscored one (aka experimental) after the testing window has closed. As for other specific discussion related to test content, it is prohibited at any time.

  7. No worries. I think there is a lot of confusion surrounding our rules on discussion given the focus on tamping down conversations up until the testing window closes. I plan on working with the mods to get some more clarity and guidance out there so folks can have discussions without crossing the line. Good luck with your pursuit of a legal education!

  8. If you have registered for the LSAT, the LSAT Writing is automatically included with the registration and will the link to access it is in your online account with LSAC. It will only be active 8 days out from the first day of the administration.

  9. We can see just fine, thanks. No reported outages, though.

  10. You have a year from your LSAT administration date to submit your LSAT Writing Sample; however, if you have no sample on file, you will not be able to view your score until is it submitted.

  11. Please stop trying to get ppl to give you their LR topics. Everyone is bound by their Candidate Agreement to not discuss live test content. Please follow the rules laid out in this subreddit:

  12. Please refrain from discussing specific topics until Tuesday, November 16th.

  13. https://www.reddit.com/r/LSAT/comments/qs1w2p/post_lsat_discussion_rules/

  14. https://www.reddit.com/r/LSAT/comments/qs1w2p/post_lsat_discussion_rules/

  15. Analog watches are not prohibited; however, to avoid any issues it is best to remove them. The screen will have a timer.

  16. If you are referring to the November LSAT, if you submit your sample today, barring any significant issues it should not impact your score release.

  17. 5 blank sheets (meaning nothing written on it, can be lined or unlined) - you will be asked to show it to the proctor prior to test start. At the end of the test, you will be asked to destroy in front of the camera or your session will be flagged for a security violation. Best of luck today!

  18. https://www.reddit.com/r/LSAT/comments/qs1w2p/post_lsat_discussion_rules/

  19. You only need to have one approved writing sample on file to view your LSAT score. If you are happy with your submitted sample there is no need to take it again. If you'd like to try to better it, then you may take it again.

  20. LSAT life pro tip: your beverage choice is unimportant to us. Just make sure you don't spill it on your CPU and you're good.

  21. Please file an official complaint (link in your online account) so that we can investigate what occurred here.

  22. It is not an issue to contact technical support for assistance during your test session.

  23. I'd also emphasize that during the 10 minute intermission after section 2, you cannot access your cell phone. It will be grounds for test termination. Good luck!

  24. You cannot use two monitors. If you have a laptop that's connected to a monitor, you will need to have your laptop closed so that you are only viewing the test through one screen (this would mean you'd need an external keyboard and mouse).

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