Accommodations That May Be Available on the LSAT

The following is a nonexhaustive list of testing accommodations that may be available on the LSAT. The inclusion of a particular accommodation in the list below does not guarantee that you will receive this accommodation if requested. Each request is reviewed, and a decision whether to grant any testing accommodations is made, on a case-by-case basis in accordance with LSAC’s stated policies.

  1. Unified English Braille (UEB) version of the LSAT
  2. Large print (18 pt.) test book
  3. Screen-readable HTML test (including, where applicable, use of screen reader software (e.g., JAWS))
  4. Extended test time up to double time
  5. Use of computer and printer for the Writing Sample
  6. Use of spell check
  7. Alternate non-Scantron answer sheet
  8. Use of a reader
  9. Use of an amanuensis (scribe)
  10. Additional rest time during breaks (standard break is 10–15 minutes between third and fourth sections)
  11. Breaks between sections
  12. Sit-stand with a podium
  13. Wheelchair accessibility (if table is requested, specify height)
  14. Separate room (e.g., small group testing)
  15. Private testing room (e.g., low-distraction setting)
  16. Stop-the-clock breaks
  17. Scratch paper
  18. Voice recognition software (e.g., Dragon)
  19. Physical prompts (e.g., for test takers with hearing impairments)
  20. Reserved or assigned seating location (e.g., seating near the exam proctor)
  21. Bring and eat food
  22. Permission to bring insulin, check blood sugar
  23. Permission to bring and take medications
  24. Earplugs
  25. Use of line marker
  26. Use of magnification devices (e.g., magnification reading glasses, handheld video magnifier, closed circuit television (CCTV), ZoomText)
  27. Ability to pace (walk around)
  28. Marking answer choices in the test book
  29. Book stand