|LSAT - GMAT - GRE - SAT - MCAT Test Silent Timers|
Each of these tests is administered under strict time constraints. Your score is NOT a measure of whether you can answer LSAT questions. It is a measure of how effectively you answer the questions relative to other test takers. It is imperative that you:
For example, the LSAT test requires that you have a timer that meets the following specifications:
“You may take a noiseless watch or small, personal, noiseless timer to the test center. Your timer may not have key panels or additional functions. No multitasking electronic timers are permitted. Alarm, calculator, and beeping watches are not permitted.”
In addition, effective June 07, digital timers will not be allowed. The only timing device that you can use is an old faishoned watch.
You must know the exact rules for the test you
are taking. See the links below to find the test of your choice. Before
you purchase any timer, make sure that the timer is appropriate for the
specific test you are taking!
Where can you purchase a noiseless timer?
Links and Test Preparation Courses:
LSAT – Law School Admission Test
Law School Bound – The Ultimate Pre-Law Training Manual
Mastering The LSAT – Tutoring Book
FREE LSAT Strategy Seminars in Toronto and across Canada
GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test
GRE - Graduate Record Exam
MCAT – Medical College Admission Test