« on: October 02, 2007, 10:54:27 AM »
From the LSAC web site: "Hats/hoods. No hats or hoods are allowed (except items of religious apparel)."
How did the people at your center read this? At mine we were allowed to wear sweatshirts with hoods, as long as we kept the hoods down, whereas I've heard about other centers where hooded sweatshirts were confiscated outright.
It might be relevant to note that the hat/hood rule is not listed in the "prohibited items" section.
"Prohibited items. Candidates are not permitted to bring into the test center the following items: weapons or firearms, ear plugs, books, backpacks, handbags, papers of any kind, calculators, rulers, timers, listening devices, cellular phones, recording or photographic devices, pagers, beepers, headsets, and/or other electronic devices. Bringing prohibited items into the test room may result in the confiscation of such items by the test supervisor, a warning, dismissal from the test center, and/or cancellation of a test score by LSAC. Prohibited items may not be used during the break. LSAC and LSAT testing staff are not responsible for candidates’ belongings."
Come on, future lawyers, future judges, what do you think?