Can I wear a watch during the LSAT?

Asked by: Alena Terry Jr.  |  Last update: November 24, 2023
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The LSAT can be taken with a traditional analog watch, and all watches must be silent. If you are wearing any jewelry, it can't make noise either. This means that your wristwatch can't have any bells or whistles on it – including an alarm clock.

What can you wear during LSAT?

Protip: Wear casual, comfortable clothing. Your favorite t-shirt, sweatshirt, jeans, and sneakers work well. If you're a girl (or like to dress like one), you can also go the Juicy sweatpants route. You don't know whether the test center will be hot or cold, so layers are a good idea.

What is allowed in room during LSAT?

Testing and Equipment Requirements

To take the LSAT remotely, you'll need: A quiet, well-lit, private, enclosed room in which to take the test with a table or desk and a chair. Please note that transparent glass walls are not considered part of a private room and are prohibited.

What materials are allowed during the LSAT?

Items Allowed in Your Testing Space
  • Five blank sheets of scratch paper (lined, unlined, or graphed)
  • Valid ID.
  • One or more writing utensils (standard pencil, mechanical pencil, or ink pen, for example)
  • A highlighter.
  • An eraser (no mechanical erasers or erasers with sleeves)
  • A pencil sharpener.
  • Tissues.

Is a 137 on the LSAT bad?

In general, if you are in the mid-140's or above, I have had success helping applicants fulfill their law school admission goals as long as people are flexible about where to attend and you're willing to pay full price for law school. But once you get below that number, you're fighting an uphill battle.

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Is 170 LSAT hard to get?

A 170 represents a percentile of 97.4%, meaning that test takers with a score of 170 have a score higher than 97.4% of all LSAT takers. So, that's pretty good! But what does it take to achieve that score? On the most recent LSAT, you would have to answer at least 89 out of 101 questions to receive a 170.

How realistic is it to get a 170 on LSAT?

However, it is possible. Despite what many people believe, there is no trick or shortcut to getting a 170 or more on an LSAT score. Very few people can walk into the room on test day with very little or no practice and be able to score that highly. It takes a lot of hard work to be able to score up to 170 or higher.

Can you drink coffee on the LSAT?

You're allowed to have a beverage in a plastic container or juice box with a max of 20 ounces.

Can I chew gum during my LSAT?

In a separate email to me, LSAC said, "[Y[ou may not want to chew gum because it may be annoying to other test takers." However, you'll probably be able to chew gum during the exam unless another test-taker complains.

Can I have a glass of water during the LSAT?


According to the LSAC regulations issued in March 2007, a beverage in a plastic container or juice box (20 oz./591 ml maximum size) and a snack (for break only) are allowed. Note: Some testing centers do not allow you to bring food and drink into the center, although water bottles may be approved.

Can I go on my phone during LSAT break?

You may not access any electronic devices, such as a mobile phone, during the intermission unless you have an LSAC-approved testing accommodation that permits use of the specific device. Unauthorized access of an electronic device, such as a mobile phone or tablet, will cause your testing session to be terminated.

Can I have a TV in my room during LSAT?

Make sure that your desk space is completely clear other than the allowed items, make sure any screens/electronics in the room are turned off, and there aren't any notes or pieces of paper with writing on them displayed throughout the room that could be brought into question by the proctor.

Is 130 LSAT bad?

However, ABA accredited law schools must maintain bar exam passage rates, and if you have a 130 LSAT you are unlikely to complete law school or pass a bar exam.

What happens if you lose Internet during LSAT?

In most cases, the proctoring system will save your progress and you'll be able to pick up where you left off after your connection is restored. Even so, if you lose connection more than once, your proctor will decide whether to allow you to resume your testing session multiple times.

Is a 180 on the LSAT good?

If you answer the question correctly, you receive one point. If you answer incorrectly or do not answer the question, you receive zero points. Though 180 is the perfect LSAT score, you can often miss one or two questions and still achieve the perfect 180.

Can you bring snacks to the LSAT?

You are allowed to bring snacks into the testing center, and the people who forget to do so sorely regret it come break time. Even if you cruise through practice tests, the real test is different.

Do you get paper and pencil on LSAT?

Test-takers with visual impairments may receive a Braille version of the LSAT. Test-takers may receive a large print copy of the LSAT. Test-takers may be allowed to take the LSAT with pencil and paper (the LSAT is now administered digitally)

Can you smoke during the LSAT?

LSAC doesn't officially let you leave the building for smoking breaks (enforcement varies). The LSAT is over 4 hours, and that's assuming everything goes well. One last thing: this should go without saying, but don't smoke while you're taking full-length practice tests, since you won't be able to on Test Day.

Is 140 bad for LSAT?

The below table shows the schools that accept the lowest LSAT scores. This shows that the lowest acceptable LSAT score is 139. Typically, a good rule of thumb is that you want to at least break 140 to make taking on the cost of law school economically feasible. You can get into a law school with a 140 LSAT score.

Is a 147 LSAT bad?

Typical LSAT score ranges include: 120-147 Low. 148-156 Mid. 157-164 High.

Is 165 a bad LSAT score?

We've already developed a general sense of LSAT score percentiles from some of the common score thresholds above (160: 80th percentile; 165: 90th percentile; 170: 97-98th percentile, and 174: 99th percentile).

Is 156 a bad LSAT score?

First off, if you're in this score range, you're already officially above the mean (and above median, though we can't speak to mode – sorry stats fans). Within this score range, you're besting 64-78 percent of your peers, putting you solidly within the top half of test takers!

How hard is a 155 on the LSAT?

A score of 155 on the LSAT is a classic 'in-between' score. While the score is not too low, it will also not put you in the cream of LSAT test takers. An LSAT score of 155 can at best be classified as an average score which will put you in the hunt for a decent law school. The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120-180.