LSAT Accommodations

Accommodated LSAT Testing

The LSAC provides appropriate accommodations for the candidates who have documented disabilities in order to enable them to take the LSAT. These LSAT accommodations are decided by the LSAC on a case-by-case basis. LSAC evaluates the case of each candidate who applies, and then awards the accommodations or denies the request.

The LSAC will consider your request for LSAT accommodations only if you are registered for the LSAT. Another point to keep in mind is that just because you apply to LSAC for the accommodation request package, does not mean that the LSAC is under any obligation to provide what you ask for.





What Are the LSAT Accommodations Available?

  1. The LSAT is available in Braille (apart from the regular print).
  2. The LSAT is also available in 18-point print.
  3. Nonscannable answer sheet
  4. A reader
  5. An amanuensis
  6. A test center that is accessible by wheelchair
  7. Additional rest time between the sections of the LSAT
  8. Additional testing time
  9. Allowing the use of special aids

The above list is not a complete list. If there is anything you need apart from what has already been mentioned, you can apply for it, but again, keeping in mind that the LSAC does not guarantee that it will be approved.

How to request LSAT Accommodations?

Step 1:

In order to request LSAT accommodations, first you need to log on to LSAC.org and read the information given regarding the LSAT itself and about LSAT accommodations.

Step 2:

Choose the date and center for your LSAT and register for the test. Register as early as possible for the LSAT. This is because in case you experience any difficulties with the registration or with your request for LSAT accommodations, you will have sufficient time to communicate with the LSAC and get your problems cleared up. The LSAC usually responds to a request for LSAT accommodations within 14 working days. However if the process takes longer, like if the LSAC wants further information from you in order to make its decision, there may not be sufficient time to complete the process. If you begin the process early, you will also have time to request reconsideration from the LSAC in the event that your request is denied.

Step 3:

Fill out the required forms for the LSAT accommodations and submit them along with the required documents. You can complete the forms online and then print them out.

Step 4:

Wait for the communication regarding your request. When you receive it, if you disagree with the decision of the LSAC, ask them to reconsider. Point out the reasons due to which you disagree and attach supporting documents. If you want to change the date or the center of the LSAT, you can ask for that as well. As far as possible, the LSAC will try to accommodate you. If your request for LSAT accommodations is refused, or you are unable to complete the required formalities before the deadline, you will be registered as a regular test taker.

Additional Points to Consider:

  1. The score that you earn with additional test time will be reported as your individual score. It will not be averaged with the scores that other test takers have received. For this reason, a percentile rank will not be available to you. The LSAC will advise law schools that your score ought to be interpreted with flexibility and sensitivity.
  2. The LSAC assures that all information relating to your request for LSAT accommodations will remain confidential. It will be sent with your law school reports only with your authorization.
  3. All test takers who have taken the LSAT with accommodations, are subject to the same policies as are other test takers. It is recommended that you read through the policies of the LSAC regarding the LSAT before you attempt the test.
  4. The contact information is as follows:

1) Mailing Address:

LSAC Accommodated Testing

PO BOX 8512
Newtown PA 18940-8512
USA

2) Courier Address:

LSAC Accommodated Testing
662 Penn Street
Newtown PA 18940-0995
USA

3) E-mail:

accom@LSAC.org

4) Phone: 215.968.1001

5) Fax: 215.504.1420




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