Key Facts About LSAT-Flex

  • LSAT-Flex provides the high levels of security, validity, reliability, accessibility, and fairness that candidates and schools rely upon from the LSAT.
  • LSAT-Flex is composed of genuine LSAT questions that have been developed and tested in accordance with our rigorous standards and processes. If you want to familiarize yourself with the format and content of the LSAT-Flex, we recommend using the free Official LSAT Prep practice tests available on LSAC’s LawHub.
  • To ensure the highest levels of security and validity, all LSAT-Flex test takers are monitored by live remote proctors via the camera and microphone in the test takers’ computer. The video and audio feed will be recorded, in case further review is necessary.
  • LSAT-Flex can be accessed by test takers with a laptop or desktop computer with a Windows or Mac operating system to provide wide access for test takers. Learn more about the computer and testing environment requirements.
  • To meet the anticipated demand and the needs of the remote testing solution, LSAT-Flex is composed of three 35-minute scored sections (compared to the four 35-minute scored sections plus an unscored section in the traditional test).
  • LSAT-Flex includes one section each of Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning. Test takers continue to take LSAT Writing separate from the multiple-choice portion of the test.
  • LSAC is committed to working with LSAT-Flex test takers with disabilities to see that their accommodation needs are met under the circumstances as they take the LSAT-Flex
  • Test takers receive a score on the standard 120-180 LSAT range, as well as a percentile ranking. Because all LSAT-Flex questions are actual LSAT questions that have gone through a multi-year process of development and pre-testing, LSAT-Flex results enable LSAC to accurately predict standard LSAT scores. Scores for the LSAT-Flex have an annotation that the test was administered in the online, remotely proctored format.
  • LSAT-Flex scores are released approximately three weeks after testing.