LSAC does not allow automated watches in the exam room. Therefore, timing oneself has always been an added challenge for the LSAT-taking student.
Venice, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2013
Time has always been a big hurdle for many LSAT prep students. Each of the five sections of the exam must be completed within 35 minutes. LSAC does not allow automated watches in the exam room. Therefore, timing oneself has always been an added challenge for the LSAT-taking student. However, LSATMax’s new LSATMax watch has helped remedy the dilemma of having to add and subtract minutes from the time the section began in determining how much more time is left in the section.
The watch is a manual watch that only counts 35 minutes. The student can wind the minute hand of the watch to the “12 o’clock” position, which is marked “35,” and begin the section. The minute hand conveniently winds down clockwise marked in five-minute increments from 35 to 0. When the section is done, the student just needs to wind the minute hand 180 degrees back up to the 35-minute mark and begin again.
LSATMax has always been an LSAT prep course that places the student in the forefront. With instructors who have over a decade of experience, LSATMax is constantly trying to make the LSAT prep and exam experience a convenient and easy one by not only using the vast knowledge and real exam experience that the instructors have, but also by constantly getting feedback from students. Time Management has been a big issue with students, and so LSATMax delivered the LSAT watch, which students can use during their LSAT prep to help not only their pacing, but also on test day with their timing. The LSAT watch can now be purchased not only on the LSATMax website, but also in TestMax’s newest app, Exam Proctor.
Exam Proctor is a new app recently released by TestMax that helps students further mimic a true testing experience. The app’s proctor will read out the appropriate instructions to each student and call time in the exact way the student’s chosen test is proctored. Students can even choose to turn on ambient or random noise to help them practice tuning out background noise that they will inevitably encounter on their exam day. The LSATMax watch is available for purchase through the Exam Proctor app. In this way, students can mimic their test day experience not only by practicing using their LSATMax LSAT watch but by being proctored exactly like they will be on the day of their exam.