Thank you for your consideration in becoming a Digital LSAT test center. Opening your institution as a testing site will help candidates in your area to test at a convenient location. Frequently asked questions related to becoming a Digital LSAT test center are listed below.
If you have additional questions, please reach out to Test Administration at testcenterrecruitment@LSAC.org or 215.968.1187.
How much will I be paid to administer the Digital LSAT?
Compensation is based on the number of LSAT takers who test at your center.
Do I have to participate on every test date?
You are not required to participate in every administration, but we do ask that you are available for as many administrations as possible.
What is the process for becoming a center?
To express your interest in becoming a Digital LSAT test center, fill out our online form. One of our test administration associates will contact you to guide you through the rest of the process.
What are the requirements for becoming a center?
Requirements are detailed at Digital LSAT Test Center Site Requirements.
How long is the process to become a test center?
Once you fill out our online form, one of our test administration associates will guide you through the process, which will only take a few days.
Do I need to have a computer lab to administer the Digital LSAT?
No. LSAC will provide all of the equipment, including a laptop, tablets for the LSAT takers to test on, and a wireless internet connection.
How do I know if my school’s internet connectivity is strong enough to administer the test?
The Digital LSAT will not require the use of your school’s internet connection.
Will training be provided for our staff?
LSAC will provide test center supervisors and their staff with detailed online training that outlines a typical test day administration from start to finish. This online training is required to be completed by all testing staff prior to their first Digital LSAT administration.