Past June LSAT Schedule

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eternallearner
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Past June LSAT Schedule

Postby eternallearner » Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:44 pm

I am trying to synchronize my preptest schedule with the real LSAT. Please help if you have past experience.

I understand we need to arrive at the test site at 12:30pm. I am taking the test in a local college.

Where do I go from there? Which room do I go to? Do we randomly find a seat or will we be assigned a specific seat?

When is the test distributed? When can we work on the first section (time wise, eg. 1pm), second section, third section, 4th section, 5th section, and 6th section?

Thank you so much!

memaha
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Re: Past June LSAT Schedule

Postby memaha » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:31 pm

Although each center will be a different experience in regards to timing/seating arrangement/desk type and such, I'll try to help you out as much as possible.

I took my first test (Sept 09) at NYU, and my second one at a local college back home (Dec 09).

NYU- they make you wait outside for a little, then tell all the people from A to _ last names to head to Room # __, and so on. You sit around doing nothing in the room for a while, and then they told us to go to the back and wait for our name to be called, we were to go up to the front, show our IDs, get fingerprinted, and then given an assigned seat. It took about 2.5 hours until we actually took the test... there were about 50-60 people in the room (lecture hall, with long tables, lots of desk space).

Local college- There was a woman at the entrance who told me what room to go to, they fingerprinted me and looked at my ID before I entered the room, and then told me what seat to sit in. It took about an hour before we started the test, also lots of desk space, we were sitting at tables.

As for when you will get to each section... well that depends on how long it takes before you start the test. But both places did very strict 15 min breaks after Sec III, and in between each section, you only had time to put down your pencil and wait until the proctor decided to start the clock again.

eternallearner
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Re: Past June LSAT Schedule

Postby eternallearner » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:48 pm

Thank you so much!!

So that means my actual start time could be at 1:30pm or even at 2pm? And I should project leaving the test site around (plus 3:45 hours) 5-6pm. Just in time for celebration dinner, I guess?




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