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I'm an American, but I live in France. I'll be taking the LSAT at one of the closest centers to me. They are currently Eurosites Paris La Chapelle or either one of the centers in London. Does anyone have any experience with taking the LSAT abroad in general or specifically in Paris/London? Are the procedures the same? Any special considerations I should take into account? I don't really want to fly all the way stateside and back just to take the LSAT, so I hope there's no unnecessary bureaucracy differences or delays for those of us undertaking the exam outside of the country.
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I will take LSAT in Asia. First of all, the producer is the same -- LSAC, but different tests, don't expect them to be the same as American ones. Also, it is a standardized test so not really that much difference exists. Do exactly what you might do if you were to take in America.
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All tests abroad are undisclosed.
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There's a bar downstairs in the La Chapelle site. They let us get drinks during the break.