Due to the recent change of the October and November LSAT administration to the LSAT-Flex format, we wanted to let you know of a resource available through the Pre-Law Advising Services Office!
The LSAT-Flex exam requires students to take the exam in a quiet, private room with reliable internet access. For students on campus who may be having difficulty in identifying an appropriate space, Pre-Law Advising has arranged for test spaces available on a first come, first served basis.
How it works: Students can request to reserve a private room to take the LSAT-Flex exam. To help maximize the use of space, reservations are available in three-hour time-blocks, with the expectation that students will have 30 minutes before and after their exam to set up, get comfortable, and sanitize the room after the exam. Students will receive a more detailed email prior to their exam date outlining the protocol and expectations. Reservation blocks are available at the following times: 7am – 10am, 10am – 1pm, 1pm – 4pm, 4pm – 7pm, 7pm – 10pm. Be mindful when signing up to ensure the reservation overlaps your LSAT-Flex testing time. (i.e., if your exam is at 7:30 am, you would reserve the 7am-10am time-block).
- If none of the reservations work with your LSAT-Flex time, please indicate that in the sign-up form. We will do our best to accommodate but cannot guarantee there will be an available private room outside of the pre-determined time-blocks.
- Per campus policy, you will be required to have a current negative COVID-Test to enter the building.
- We have limited space, all reservations are on a first come, first served basis.
How to Sign Up: To sign up for a space for the October LSAT-Flex, please register at the following link by SEPTEMBER 30: https://surveys.illinois.edu/sec/466546359
For more information and guidance on where to take the LSAT-Flex, check out our blogpost. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com.
Stay Tuned! Room requests for the November LSAT-Flex will open in October.