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The LSAT-Flex is now the LSAT?

Today, LSAC announced that the online, remotely proctored LSAT (known as the LSAT-Flex) is here to stay until 2022.

Here are some takeaways:

  • The LSAT-Flex is effectively replacing the LSAT.

  • The LSAT will continue to be an online, live remote-proctored test through June 2022.

  • Test dates through June 2022 are live.

  • Starting in August 2021, there will be four sections: three scored sections and one unscored variable section. And you’ll get a break between the second and third sections.

Don't stress out about these changes. Head over to the Demon and get drilling!


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