The Princeton Review

March 15, 2007 11:48 ET

New LSAT Testing Regulations

MEDIA ADVISORY--(Collegiate Presswire - March 15, 2007) - If you thought that the security at airports has gotten tough, be forewarned that test-takers will be facing strict, new regulations when they show up for future LSAT exams. LSAC, the organization that administers the law school entrance exam (LSAT), has just announced strict security regulations on what test takers can bring into the testing room, how items must be packaged, and new deadlines for complaints.

In addition to these security measures, two new components to the LSAT are launching with the June administration of the exam.

Jeffrey Meanza, Princeton Review's expert on the LSAT, is available to explain these new regulations. He can brief reporters on:

1. What the new regulations cover

2. Why these regulations have been put into effect

3. How these regulations are being enforced

4. The new components to the LSAT

If you would like to schedule an interview with Princeton Review's expert on the LSAT, please contact Harriet Brand at 212-874-8282 Ext. 1091, harrietb@review.com.

The LSAC administrators are warning that, "Ignorance of these new regulations will not be considered an excuse for their violation. Bringing prohibited items into the test room may result in the confiscation of such items by the test supervisor, a warning, dismissal from the test center, and/or cancellation of a test score by LSAC."

To learn more about the changes to the LSAT, please visit http://www.PrincetonReview.com/LSAT.

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