In Episode 13, Dave and Jon do a deep dive into the upcoming Digital LSAT, exploring everything from the hardware and software being used to section-specific strategies to help you take full advantage of the interface’s features. If you have questions or concerns about tablet testing this episode has your answers!
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0:00 to 3:04: Intro
3:05 to 5:45: This Week in the LSAT world
5:55 to 11:34: Brief discussion of LSAT history
11:35 to 20:41: Schedule of changes/upcoming LSATs 2019-2020
20:42 to 22:49: The Digital LSAT – how it’s going to work
22:50 to 28:47: The Digital LSAT tablet device/tech specifications
28:48 to 30:18: LSAC digital test familiarization tool – https://familiar.lsac.org/
30:19 to 53:21: The Digital LSAT interface, controls, and functionality
53:22 to 57:23: Can you still use scratch paper?
57:24 to 1:02:33: Section consideration for the new test – Logical Reasoning
1:02:34 to 1:08:12: Section consideration for the new test – Logic Games
1:08:13 to 1:22:10: Section consideration for the new test – Reading Comprehension
1:22:11 to 1:37:27: Digital test pros/cons/suggestions