Broken elbow - thoughts on how this will affect test day

cadytroestercadytroester Alum Member
I was out for a run yesterday and crashed and burned - hard. It was really only a matter of time before I managed to lose a little skin in the name of fitness, but I never imagined that I would end up with a broken elbow, which is what the urgent care doc diagnosed. So, I'm in a sling and temporary cast (and doing everything with one hand...) and while I likely won't need surgery, I will probably be in a cast come October 3. I've never broken a bone before and would appreciate any thoughts or insight about what test day might look like.


  • nye8870nye8870 Alum
    1749 karma
    Is it your writing arm?
  • cadytroestercadytroester Alum Member
    9 karma
    No, luckily. I would definitely be postponing if it was.
  • PacificoPacifico Alum Inactive ⭐
    8021 karma
    If you're still going to test I would do your best to go visit the testing center, see what the accommodations will be like and try to speak with someone who will be administering the test and ask if there is anything they can do to assist your testing experience. They may say no but it can't hurt to try.
  • cadytroestercadytroester Alum Member
    9 karma
    Great advice, thank you! I just keep thinking of Maggie Lizer's LSAT experience and how I can use this to best advantage. ;)
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