CLEVELAND, Ohio — The LSAT, the standardized test used to get into law school, is moving to an all-digital format halfway through 2019.
Instead of pencil and paper, LSAT takers will enter answers on a Microsoft Surface Go tablet. Other standardized tests, like the GRE, used for admissions at graduate schools, are already offered digitally. The ACT and SAT are attempting to move students completely to digital testing, but keep hitting roadblocks.
Concerns for test-takers include possible power outages, problems with wireless internet connection and other technological glitches while taking the test.
Students will still be able to use scratch paper for complicated logic problems on the $190 test. LSAT administrators will provide a pen,…