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As April's Accommodated LSATs conclude, test takers throughout the US and Canada naturally wonder what to make of their experience, and are eager to hear more about the experiences of others. To aid in that, this thread allows you to provide general feedback about your test, and will serve as a one-stop repository for all of the details that PowerScore users submit.

This information can then help you better predict your own scoring outcomes, and determine whether to keep or cancel your score (although these days you rarely should cancel since only your highest score matters). For more assistance on making that decision, please visit: The Ultimate LSAT Scoring Guide: Should You Keep or Cancel?

Per LSAC policies, you are allowed to discuss LSAT question topics and difficulty in general. For example, this means you can identify a game by name and discuss whether you thought it was difficult. You cannot talk about specific answer choices, however. So, "The Water Tubes game was difficult for me" is fine; "the answer to the first three questions was A in that game" is not acceptable.

Note: This thread will continue to update and grow over the coming days, and thus is neither official nor complete while the discussion is ongoing. If you are considering canceling based on the details provided here, give the conversation a day or two as we work to confirm all of the information is accurate.

We're wishing everyone the very best on their LSAT, and can't wait to hear how it went!

Main test discussion: lsat/viewtopic.php?t=34842
International test dicussion: lsat/viewtopic.php?t=34841
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Not relevant to substance of test, and sorry if this has already been answered, but:
Are accommodated LSATs different than non-accommodated ones? Are they more difficult because of the accommodations?
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Hi crispy - welcome to the Forum and thanks for posting!

The short answer is no, there's absolutely no difference in accommodated tests compared to regular ones. They're exactly the same when it comes to content (often they're even the exact same test). The only difference is how they're administered, whether with extra time or more breaks or whatever the specific accommodations allow.

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