Our Virtual LSAT Proctor has been such a hit that we’ve decided to upgrade and improve it with some suggestions from our students. Version 2 is now up and running. In case you’re wondering, it’s totally free.
Why use a Virtual LSAT Proctor?
Taking official LSAT exams under official LSAT timing conditions is an essential part of preparing for the LSAT. It helps with text anxiety, by helping you become familiar and more comfortable with the testing format. It helps you improve your timing and recognize where you need to speed up, or in some circumstances slow down. It allows you to get a realistic idea as to where you are scoring on the LSAT. Too often students think their doing fine only to find out they are not scoring as high as they thought when the get under the pressure of the clock.
Our LSAT proctor allows you to jump between sections, pause for a break, although we don’t recommend this, and pick up where you left off. It includes all scored sections of the LSAT as well as an optional experimental section, which we’d recommend you use. Experimental sections for your practice LSAT can be simply an extra section taken from another official LSAT prep test.
In addition to alerting you to the start and end of your LSAT sections and breaks the virtual LSAT proctor also gives you a five minute warning for the end of sections. This is a common occurrence on actual test day and you need to learn to deal with the interruption and potential stress that it may cause.
If you’re preparing for the LSAT our Virtual LSAT Proctor can be an invaluable resource. Try it out here, and of course if you have any feedback, questions or suggestions please feel free to let us know.