Questions about next Saturday

TennesseeJed
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Questions about next Saturday

Postby TennesseeJed » Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:45 am

So, the ticket says to be there no later than 8:30. I will of course get there well before, but what time is the test actually going to be administered? I'm trying to fully adjust my sleep schedule and take tests around the actual time of the test from now until next Friday.

Thanks in advance

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RCinDNA
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Re: Questions about next Saturday

Postby RCinDNA » Thu Sep 27, 2012 10:19 am

TennesseeJed wrote:So, the ticket says to be there no later than 8:30. I will of course get there well before, but what time is the test actually going to be administered? I'm trying to fully adjust my sleep schedule and take tests around the actual time of the test from now until next Friday.

Thanks in advance


It varies by test center. I took the LSAT 7 years ago at Georgetown Law Center and it took about 30 minutes to get everyone organized and the test started at 9 AM. I took it at Catholic University in December of 2011 and it took 1 hour to organize everyone, 15 minutes to assign people to rooms, 5-10 minutes to walk to the building and get to our rooms so that test started around 10:30 AM.

A good rule of thumb is to be prepared to wait at least 15-30 minutes.

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Re: Questions about next Saturday

Postby 05062014 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 10:21 am

RCinDNA wrote:
TennesseeJed wrote:So, the ticket says to be there no later than 8:30. I will of course get there well before, but what time is the test actually going to be administered? I'm trying to fully adjust my sleep schedule and take tests around the actual time of the test from now until next Friday.

Thanks in advance


It varies by test center. I took the LSAT 7 years ago at Georgetown Law Center and it took about 30 minutes to get everyone organized and the test started at 9 AM. I took it at Catholic University in December of 2011 and it took 1 hour to organize everyone, 15 minutes to assign people to rooms, 5-10 minutes to walk to the building and get to our rooms so that test started around 10:30 AM.

A good rule of thumb is to be prepared to wait at least 15-30 minutes.


Dec 2011 was a bitch of a PT.




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