Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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LSAC lists "sit/stand with podium" as a special accommodation that is available to those lucky enough to qualify. Apparently it's supposed to address a need for impaired test takers. Can somebody explain what type of impairment requires sitting/standing with a podium to take the LSAT? Can you also tell me if a microphone comes stock with the podium, and if you're allowed to talk into it during the test?
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