• Travis Tarpeh

The LSAT-flex

The LSAC Introduces LSAT-Flex


In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the LSAC has introduced a remotely-proctored online version of the LSAT called the LSAT-Flex. This first-ever online version of the LSAT will be administered in the second half of May, and will include the same standard sections as the traditional LSAT – Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning.


Since the LSAC’s first announcement on the introduction of the LSAT-Flex, many of our students have asked us what to expect with this new version of the test. Below, we discuss the two biggest changes made with the new LSAT-Flex and conclude with key take-aways for test takers in May.


  1. The LSAT-Flex is remotely-proctored online.