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LSAT Accommodations for People with Disabilities

As with all formal, standardized tests, the LSAT offers accommodations to people with disabilities. Go here for their page devoted to this subject. However, just in case you want to just keep on reading here, I’ll give you a summary of how to apply for accommodations for the exam.

Step 1: Register for the LSAT

The first thing you need to do is register for an LSAT. The date you choose is entirely up to you. Just remember, any requests you may have for accommodations will not be processed until you register for the exam.

Step 2: Make sure you know what accommodations are available

If you go here, you’ll be able to see a long list of possible accommodations that are available, depending on the test center. Every single application for accommodations is processed on a case-by-case basis, so the list is not technically a guarantee of accommodations you’ll receive come test day.

Step 3: Submit the proper forms

This page outlines the forms you’ll need. Luckily for you, if you need to submit a request for accommodations, there are three forms that everyone needs to fill out. There is the Candidate Form, the Evidence of Disability Form, and the Statement of Need for Accommodation Form.

Keep in mind, if you have already applied for accommodations on standardized tests, like the SAT, ACT, GRE, ect., then getting accommodations for the LSAT will be much easier. You’ll only need to submit the candidate form and verification of prior accommodations.

Step 4: wait and see

Alright, so this isn’t really a step, but I needed to include it anyways. Once you apply for accommodations, you’ll need to wait 14 business days before you’ll get a response. You’ll either get a complete approval, a partial approval, or a full denial. The latter two will come in the form of a letter posted to your LSAC.org account. If you want to appeal, you have 24 hours to notify the LSAC of your intention to do so, and then four calendar days to submit your appeal. Then you’ll need to wait a week to hear back.

For more information, go to this page.

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