Here’s a list of everything you should and can bring on test day:
Clear (1 Gallon) Ziplock Bag
- This is an LSAC rule, and everything you bring must be in the bag.
LSAT Admissions Ticket
- Print this out a few days in advance--late enough so that you’re up-to-date on any room changes, but not so late that you risk having a problem due to an unforeseen internet outage. Do not wait until the night before or the morning of the test.
- You will not be admitted unless you bring a valid form of ID
- LSAC’s list of acceptable IDs can be found here
- This is crucial, as you are only guaranteed a 5 minute warning by the proctors and your testing location may not have a clock.
#2 Pencils, Pencil Sharpener, Eraser, Highlighter
- No pens are allowed
- No mechanical pencils are allowed
- Always good, just in case
Food and Drink
- You may want a snack during the break before the last two sections
- We suggest something light: granola bars, fruit, or crackers are safe bets.
- The drink must be in a plastic container or juice box (maximum size: 20 oz/591 ml)
- No aluminum containers are allowed
Feminine Hygiene or Medical Products
- If you think you may need this, you are allowed to have this in your bag
- We suggest wearing layers, since you can't be sure what the temperature inside the testing center will be
Leave your phone at home! Do not bring it into the testing center.
For a printable LSAT test day checklist, click here to download and print.
Good luck students! Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions.