« on: September 24, 2009, 12:24:27 AM »
I thought of that, then I remembered LSACs rules and requirements, one of which is you can't be a distraction to other test takers. So does that apply to emitting a foul stench that surrounds your general area and makes people gag?
Well, they're obviously saying you can't be an intentional distraction (which you could infer from the lack of digital watches and ability to consume food and beverages during the test. You can't initiate actions that would detract focus from others). Poor hygiene is rarely ever intentional, and is not an act that distracts others.
So....there is no way I could be a distraction by these guidelines! So stink away, diaper wearing LSAT takers!