It looks like the LSAT-Flex is getting a passing grade from law school admissions offices.

In a recent survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep, 92% of responding admissions officers said they will evaluate applicants equally whether they took the traditional Law School Admission Test or the shorter, online version dubbed the LSAT-Flex. That’s good news for aspiring attorneys who plan to apply to law school this cycle but don’t yet have any LSAT score, as it’s unclear if and when the Law School Admission Council will again offer the traditional in-person test.

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