Format-Related Accommodations  

The following are non-inclusive examples of format-related accommodations relevant to the July 2019 administration:

  1. Unified English Braille (UEB) version of the LSAT  
  2. Large print (e.g., 18-point font or higher) test book
  3. Screen-readable HTML test (including, where applicable, use of screen-reader software (e.g., JAWS))
  4. Alternate non-Scantron answer sheet
  5. Marking answer choices in the test book
  6. Use of line marker
  7. Use of magnification devices (e.g., magnification reading glasses, handheld video magnifier, closed-circuit television (CCTV), ZoomText)
  8. Use of adaptive writing instruments (e.g., thick or felt-tip pen/marker, pencil grips)