If you're ready to get more practice taking a full LSAT Prep Test under simulated online proctor conditions, you're in the right place. Here's how our Proctored PTs work:
Once you sign up, you'll receive an email from Zoom with the link to join the meeting.
2. Select a PT that you want to take for the proctored test. This can be any PT; we recommend one that you haven't seen yet and that is at least as recent as PT 50. You can take the PT through 7Sage, or, if you want to simulate real test-day conditions, you can log into LawHub and take it there.
3. Show up to the Zoom meeting 10 minutes before the scheduled start time (1:00 pm ET). You will all be prompted to complete a room scan at the same time (just as you will have to do on actual test day) and then put into a breakout room by yourself to complete the test.
4. Simulate the test! Our 7Sage Proctor will monitor the testing process for the duration of your test and even simulate a pesky interruption. The Proctor will ask if anyone would like to be interrupted at the beginning of the session, and you will have the chance to privately message your preference. If only the ProctorU proctors would be so kind as to ask! If you have any approved accommodations, please let us know via private chat at the beginning of the session, so you can test with those.