NEW DELHI, INDIA – The Law School Admission Council (LSAC®), a U.S.-based, not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting quality, access, and equity in law and education worldwide, today announced two scholarships that will give aspiring lawyers taking the upcoming LSAT—India test the opportunity to study at some of the best law schools in India.
Expanded LSAT prep options support the diverse needs of law school aspirants
Online tool for immigrant domestic violence survivors receives $15,000 top prize
Use highest among African Americans, women, and students who are economically disadvantaged, which could help expand and diversify the pipeline of aspiring lawyers over time
Digital LSAT will utilize Microsoft Surface Go tablets, starting July 2019
LSAC also working with Microsoft on a wide range of projects to use data and digital technology to improve access, efficiency, and affordability of legal education
Please note: The ability for test takers to see their scores before choosing whether to cancel was unique to the July 2019 test, given the transition from paper and pencil to a digital test format.
Transition to digital testing will begin with the July 2019 test; the LSAT will be fully digital in North America starting September 2019.
The LSAT will be offered 9 times in the 2019-2020 test cycle to expand candidate access and choice.
You may have seen some social media posts or news articles implying that LSAC is associated with a test prep book that includes politically biased material. It is important for you to know that LSAC is not associated in any way with the Windham Press LSAT Prep Book that is mentioned in the original article. They do not license official LSAT content.
That type of question would never appear on an LSAT or on any of our preparatory materials because: