shoop wrote:I've seen comments both ways on this, so I'll ask here:
I've been timing my practice sections with my boyfriend's fancy-pants analog chronograph. It has hands and no digital screen, but it has a start/stop timing button and a button to reset the timing dials back to "0."
Is this allowed on the day of the test? I feel it meets the "analog (nondigital) wristwatch" description on the LSAC site, but I won't really be able to just throw it away if a proctor objects (I'm bringing more than "3 or 4 non-mechanical pencils" but would have no problem tossing the extras in a bin if a sandy-vagina'ed proctor has a hiss).
Anyway, I asked LSAC about it as I was developing my lsat watch and they said as long as it only has a max of 1 minute hand, 1 second hand, and 1 hour hand (or less than these hands), it's ok. So like watches with extra mini hands in subcircles are not ok. Not sure what the theory is behind that?
So I don't think it matters what buttons your chronograph has, as long as there aren't extra little subcircles with extra hands or anything like that because then if a proctor wants to take it they have grounds to.