Aspiring law students will be able to take the Law School Admission Test at home next month.

The Law School Admission Council, which administers the LSAT, announced late Tuesday that the April 25 LSAT is canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but that a pared-down version of the test would be available to test takers on their own computers in late May.

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