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Go in expecting Proctor to work as it should

Pretzel LogicPretzel Logic Monthly Member

Hi 7Sagers, I've been wanting to write this post for a while. I've noticed as we approach LSATs, people get quite a bit of anxiety about ProctorU failing them on test day. When individual students do have bad experiences they tend to post on here (which I totally understand), but I suspect they're the exception rather than the norm.

I've personally had three LSATs and no problems with ProctorU. The only thing I had was the 5 second "connection issues" interruption window once, but that was it.

So I just want to say, go in expecting Proctor to work as it should. Leave that bit of anxiety to the side. People have definitely had horror stories but, statistically, I suspect you're much more likely to have no issues at all.

If ProctorU fails you, LSAT will absolutely give you another shot within a week or something (I can't remember).

Good luck.

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  • emmorensemmorens Monthly Member
    1469 karma

    SO true! Thank you for sharing. Either way if there IS a Proctor issue, there will be nothing any of us can do to stop it, so there really isn't a point in worrying about it before hand when we have enough to stress about as it is.

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