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LSAT Accommodations......Americans with Disabilities
« on: June 29, 2005, 06:07:45 PM »
Okay I just got one more question today (just full of them these days) :-)

Has anyone known of someone or them self that got accommodations for the LSAT to take the test and how hard was it for them to get the accommodations and did they score well??

One other thing did they take the LSAT test before the accommodations and then after and how was there scores??

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Re: LSAT Accommodations......Americans with Disabilities
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2005, 07:16:26 PM »
I don't have any specific knowledge on this, but if you are talking about accomodations for a physical disability (i.e. wheelchair), it shouldn't be a problem, since most tests are held at Universities which are already ADA compliant.  They put the test in rooms that are already accessible.  As far as other disabilities, I'm not sure how it would work out.