I am currently registered for the October LSAT at Hofstra University.
Then my LSAT instructor made a good point and told me I should probably do some research on test centers instead of picking a place that's closest to me.
I did some research and all I could find was all from 2009 or before.
What are some of the best test centers in NYC/Long Island area?
I saw that Eleanor Roosevelt High School was pretty good but I'm a little freaked out by the fact that it is a high school.. I also read A LOT OF great reviews on Pace University. But I'm posting this because you just never know what could happen in the last 4 years.
This October LSAT is really really important to me since I'm applying early.
I'm not very good with a lot of noise around and I really dislike those small desks that are attached to the chairs (L-shaped).
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Pace is a pretty solid testing center. I haven't heard that much about Hofstra, but from what i know of the campus, it shouldn't be too bad, depending on which room they stick you in. It's at least quiet in most of those buildings, but the desk situation in a few of the rooms might be non-ideal.
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