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BREAKING NEWS: November 2020 LSAT will be a Flex

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2020 6:23 pm
by DKilloranPowerScore
LSAC has just announced that the November 2020 exam will be an LSAT-Flex, confirming our suspicions that the remainder of this year's tests will be taken from home. They have also moved up the date of the first November tests by a week, from November 14th to November 7th.

Along with the earlier start date, the November registration deadline is now a week earlier, as well: you must sign up by September 23rd if you want to test in November. The option to select your test day and time should go live on/around October 24th (two weeks prior to the first day of testing).

If anyone has questions about the November test or the Flex format, please let me know!

Re: BREAKING NEWS: November 2020 LSAT will be a Flex

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:21 pm
by app
DKilloranPowerScore wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 6:23 pm
LSAC has just announced that the November 2020 exam will be an LSAT-Flex, confirming our suspicions that the remainder of this year's tests will be taken from home. They have also moved up the date of the first November tests by a week, from November 14th to November 7th.

Along with the earlier start date, the November registration deadline is now a week earlier, as well: you must sign up by September 23rd if you want to test in November. The option to select your test day and time should go live on/around October 24th (two weeks prior to the first day of testing).

If anyone has questions about the November test or the Flex format, please let me know!
is there a chance that lsac makes the lsat takes unlimited again?

also, for schools like H, if someone can score near perfect in gre but gets in 170s only with difficulty in lsat and their previous lsat score is about to expire, is it a good idea for them to next take GRE instead of lsat?

Re: BREAKING NEWS: November 2020 LSAT will be a Flex

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:14 pm
by DKilloranPowerScore
It doesn't appear they will re-open it. They just reinstated the limits, and that was during the Flex administrations so I can't see it :/

If a candidate has both a GRE and an LSAT score, law schools are obligated to use the LSAT score. so, if you have one on record, there's no point in taking the GRE then.