Digital LSAT Pilot Test

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The Digital LSAT Pilot Test

As part of its ongoing research into LSAT delivery options for the future, LSAC is conducting a pilot test of a tablet-based LSAT administration system, the Digital LSAT. LSAC is seeking a total of 1,000 test takers to participate in the pilot test. 


  • May 20, 2017
    Application period: March 27, 2017 - April 15, 2017

You will need an acceptable photo 

 to upload during the application process.


Approximately 20 sites across the United States, including Puerto Rico.

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The Digital LSAT Pilot Test is being offered by LSAC free of charge. The Digital LSAT Pilot Test includes actual LSAT questions, but will not result in an LSAT score. Like the LSAT, each pilot test will consist of five sections of multiple-choice questions—but they will be administered on a tablet. There may also be a writing sample, which the test taker will type using a keyboard attached to the tablet. The Digital LSAT Pilot Test will be given under conditions similar to those of an actual LSAT administration, and the timing of the sections will be identical (35 minutes for each section). 

The Digital LSAT is designed to be accessible to as many individuals with as wide a range of disabilities as possible. Please see the FAQ section to learn about the accessibility features of the tablet that are automatically available. Further information on available accommodations and how to request them may also be found in the FAQ section.

Benefits of taking the Digital LSAT Pilot Test

Taking the Digital LSAT Pilot Test should help to prepare you for taking the actual LSAT. As indicated above, the test questions you will encounter in the Digital LSAT Pilot Test are actual LSAT questions, providing a valuable practice opportunity under realistic test-taking conditions.

In addition, contingent upon your completion of the full pilot test, you will receive:

  • A detailed performance report listing the number of questions you answered correctly for each of the three LSAT question types (Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension) and the number answered correctly for each of several skill areas within each LSAT question type. Your performance report will also contain brief descriptions of all of these skill areas. Digital LSAT Pilot Test results are not LSAT scores and will not be transmitted to law schools.

  • A $100 gift card will be given to each participant who completes the entire pilot test.



  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
  • Created: 04/03/2017
  • Modified By: Kayleigh Haskin
  • Modified: 04/03/2017


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