A large part of preparing to take the LSAT (and most standardized tests) is familiarizing yourself with the mechanics of the test:
- What does it look like?
- What is being asked of you?
- How do you physically provide answers to the test questions?
We highly recommend that you acquaint yourself with the test that you will take in preparation for your admission to law school.
And now that LSAC is about to launch a Digital LSAT, it’s important that all test takers get a clear sense of what this new test experience will be like.
That’s why we’ve created a Digital LSAT tutorial—to get you acquainted with the Digital LSAT.
LSAC’s new Digital LSAT tutorial videos will help you get a clear sense of what the experience of taking the Digital LSAT will be like. These tutorials are not practice tests in the usual sense: you can’t score them, and they won’t help you figure out where you need more study. (Our other Prep Tools can help you with that!) But they will show you how to highlight passages, how to undo an answer, how to enlarge the font, and more.
You can access the tutorial on a laptop, desktop computer, tablet, or even a smartphone. To better simulate the experience of taking the Digital LSAT, you may wish to take the Get Acquainted with the Digital LSAT tutorial on a tablet if you have access to one. However, you can access the tutorial using any Internet-connected device. On non-touchscreen devices, you can use a mouse or trackpad to get comfortable with the Digital LSAT’s features so that you’re familiar with them on test day.
These videos are simply—and crucially—a methodical way for you to actually see and experience, in advance, what the test will actually look like when your Digital LSAT shows up on the screen.
In addition, we have published several full digital practice tests to the Digital LSAT familiarization site, and we will continue to add more in the weeks and months ahead. These practice tests provide an experience that mirrors the Digital LSAT. Prospective test takers can access the familiarization tutorial and practice tests on a laptop, desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Be smart and be prepared!