dj9i27 wrote:Mint-Berry_Crunch wrote:I'm such a hard no on tablets
Thank you for understand my caffeine induced spelling which is horrible. Apparently December takers were asked if they'd be cool with taking the LSAT on a tablet; I really hope it was an overwhelming, "no."
They also asked if you would be okay increasing the number of questions per section by three and removing the 15 minute break. I of course was resoundingly in favor of this
Seriously though, I'd like to think that if LSAC changed the entire format of the test from paper to electronic, they'd have the sense and basic decency to forewarn test takers and give them a full run through of the changes. That change would be slightly more jarring than simply splitting one of the RC passages into two parts.