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LSAT Accommodations: 4 Reasons to Level the Playing Field

Neurological and Trauma-Informed Disabilities Can Impair Cognitive Functioning

Lately, we’ve had an influx of students with neurological issues and trauma-informed disabilities contact us for accommodations assistance. Many of these students reported that they did not realize they were eligible for accommodations until after they had completed their traditional test prep course, taken the exam, saw a large discrepancy between their practice and official test score, and then discovered our blog Why You Should Apply for LSAT Accommodations if You're Eligible.

Large Test Score Discrepancies Are Obstacles to Academic Potential

For individuals with disabilities, these large test score discrepancies can become barriers to higher education. In these cases, it is critical that you consider whether accessing accommodations would give you the supports necessary to remove the obstacles to your academic potential. Here are the four most common reasons we see that cause people to contact us about disability accommodations:

Don't Let Shame Be a Barrier to Your Success

If you have questions about your accommodations eligibility, ask them sooner than later. There is no shame in asking for help. We've updated our Why You Should Apply for LSAT Accommodations if You're Eligible blog with the latest documentation from LSAC, so you can learn about the process and the requirements to establish diagnostic and professional support for your request. And if you need assistance completing your request, you can find out about our complete LSAT accommodations service here.


Q: Will your test result show that you had special accommodations? A: Definitely not. That information is never reported to your prospective schools. Q: Can a nurse practitioner fill out an accommodation form? A: It depends. An NP at urgent care wouldn’t suffice. Q: What is the deadline for submitting accommodations for the August 2022 LSAT? A: June 28, 2022. It's the same date as the test registration deadline. Q: I'm not sure if I'm eligible for accommodations. Can I schedule a free consult? A: You sure can! Just click here.

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