Taking the LSAT remotely
LSAT Test Day

Remote Testing Checklist

Remote LSAT Checklist

If you’re taking the LSAT remotely, here is a list of what to expect on test day and the steps you need to complete to ensure your test session runs smoothly.

  • Before downloading the ProProctor software, please restart your computer and install any system updates.
  • Make sure your volume and audio levels function without the use of a headset (as headsets are strictly prohibited) and are set to a normal range before opening the ProProctor application. You will be unable to do this after opening ProProctor.
  • If you will be testing on a desktop computer, please make sure to use an external webcam so that your testing environment can be properly monitored.
  • If you will be testing on a laptop, please plug your device directly into a power source, unattached to a docking station.
  • Open the ProProctor application opens in new window at least 30 minutes before your scheduled testing time.
  • Enter your Prometric confirmation number and last name.
  • Complete the enhanced system check.
  • You will need a valid ID and your LawHub username/password. (These are the same credentials you used to register for the LSAT.) For more information about acceptable IDs, visit Identification Accepted for LSAT Admission.
  • Click on Launch your Exam, which will redirect you to LawHub to start the exam.
  • Use your credentials to log into LawHub.
  • Read and agree to the Certifying Statement.
  • Click Begin, and the time will start.
  • Take your break during the intermission.
  • Finish your exam, rip up your scratch paper, and submit.

This is important. Please note that Google Chrome is the only supported browser.

Troubleshooting Tips

  • Restart and reconnect within 30 minutes of the issue to ensure your confirmation number is valid. If you connect after that time, you will not be able to proceed with your exam. 

  • If you experience connection issues, consider using an ethernet cable instead of Wi-Fi. If you disconnect too many times, you will not be able to proceed with your exam.

  • If your technician or proctor directs you to close out of the exam, use the EXIT button.
  • Reboot your computer if you experience any technical issues.

Intermission: What You Need to Know

  • Do not use any electronic devices.
  • Do not use your computer for any other purpose than the test session.
  • Do not discuss the test with anyone.
  • Do not work on your scratch paper.
  • Return and complete the check in process before the 10 minutes are over.
    • Complete a room scan.
    • Confirm you did not discuss the test with anyone.
    • Confirm you did not use any electronics.
  • Move into section three.