LSAT Writing’s interface offers many common word-processing functions, including a spell-check function and the ability to cut, copy, and paste text within candidates’ essays. LSAT Writing also includes a variety of accessibility features, such as a font magnifier, screen reader, and speech-to-text compatibility.
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- How is test security managed for the LSAT Writing?
- Can I review my writing sample after I have completed the LSAT Writing test?
- Do I have to take LSAT Writing if I have already completed a writing sample during a previous LSAT administration?
- Do I need any identification to take LSAT Writing?
- Do schools read my writing sample?
- I require special equipment to read and/or enter text into my computer. Will I be able to use that equipment for LSAT Writing?
- If I take LSAT Writing more than once, will law schools see all my writing samples?
- Is LSAT Writing required for applying to law schools?
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- What accommodations are available on LSAT Writing?