Mere months after the Law School Admission Test ditched paper and went digital, another big shakeup could be in the works.

The organization that designs the test has said it may overhaul the analytical reasoning portion of the admissions exam—better known as the logic games—as part of a settlement with two blind aspiring lawyers who alleged that the section, which relies heavily on diagrams, is discriminatory against the visually impaired.

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