Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is administered by Law School Admission Council (LSAC), four times a year. The test is conducted for those students who want admission in American Bar Association (ABA) approved law schools. LSAT is designed on standardized paper-based format, which consists of questions on three sections - Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Analytical Reasoning. LSAC provides special arrangements for the disabled candidates, so that they find it convenient to appear for the test. In the following lines, you will come across LSAT Test disability accommodations or arrangements.
Law School Admission Test Accommodations for Candidates with Disability
LSAC has arranged certain accommodations for disabled candidates. However, these accommodations are only applicable to those disabled persons who have submitted all the required documents regarding their disability, during LSAT registration. The decision on making arrangements depends upon the documents submitted by the candidates.
- The disabled candidates have to register for LSAT test before submitting all the required forms to LSAC Accommodated Testing.
- To request for LSAT disability accommodations, candidates have to obtain an ‘Accommodations Request Packet’, which consists of the required application form.
- The candidates have the options to fill their forms either online or by hand. However, it must be printed and signed before it is mailed, faxed or scanned to LSAC.
- Candidates who request for disability accommodations should register themselves before the deadline, because this would help them in planning and preparing for the test.
- After your request for accommodations is confirmed, LSAC will make arrangements for your test center and send it to the test center supervisor.
- In case you want to change the test center, you have to notify LSAC Accommodating Testing in writing, on or before receipt deadline.
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LSAC Accommodated Testing
Newtown, PA 18940-8512