This guide provides a thorough, step-by-step walkthrough for customers hiring us to cheat on the remote LSAT through Prometric. It covers every aspect, from initial setup to receiving your remote LSAT score, featuring screenshots of actual customer interactions and the testing interface to give you a clear picture of what to expect when you choose our assistance to take your remote LSAT for you.
- Initial Inquiry
- Confirm LSAT Test Registration
- Deposit Payment
- Preparation Checklist
- Trial Run I
- Scheduling the LSAT Exam
- Writing Sample Submission
- Trial Run II: Set Up Equipment and Follow Instructions
- Test day
- Download ProProctor Application
- Launch ProProctor Application
- Log In with Confirmation Number and Surname
- Accept Examination Regulations
- Perform System Check
- Communicate with Proctor: Environment and ID Verification
- Sign Into LSAC Account
- Start the Test
- Complete All Four Sections
- Test Completion
- Await LSAT Score Release & Settle Final Payment🎉
When you first reach out to us to take your remote LSAT for you, we will provide you with a quotation based on various LSAT score ranges. We will also offer a comprehensive overview of our services, including details about the process, timeline, and payment terms, similar to what is outlined in this post. We are also available to address any questions you may have regarding our services and the remote LSAT testing process.
Confirm LSAT Test Registration
To initiate our LSAT proxy testing services for taking your remote LSAT for you, we will confirm your LSAT test registration by asking you to provide a screenshot of your LSAT registration. This is to ensure that you have successfully registered for the LSAT, ensuring our resources are dedicated exclusively to clients who are confirmed to be taking the test.
After we have confirmed your LSAT test registration, we will request a deposit payment to secure our services for taking your remote LSAT for you. The deposit payment is a 50% of the total cost, with the remaining balance due upon release of your LSAT scores.
Upon receiving your deposit payment, we will equip you with a comprehensive preparation checklist to ensure that you are fully prepared for using our cheating services for your remote LSAT. This checklist includes computer equipment recommendations, minimum internet speed requirements, a list of items you will need to have on hand, as well as a list of tasks to complete before your first trial run.
Trial Run I
We will then schedule an initial trial run session to verify that your computer equipment and internet connection meet the minimum requirements for taking the remote LSAT and ensure compatibility with our remote access software. This trial run will also familiarize you with the testing interface and the procedures for communicating with the proctor during the test.
Scheduling the LSAT Exam
Receive Scheduling Email
Upon receiving an email that specifies when scheduling opens, please forward it to us so we can secure your slot alongside our other LSAT clients. We will then provide you with the date and time of your LSAT exam.
Book Your Slot As Soon As Scheduling Opens
Once scheduling becomes available, please book your LSAT exam slot for the agreed-upon date and time. Afterward, send us a screenshot confirming your scheduled exam to verify the correct selection of the exam date and time.
Writing Sample Submission
Complete the writing sample and send us confirmation of its completion.
LSAT Writing is a required part of the LSAT and is administered remotely for all test takers. You can complete your writing sample as early as 8 days prior to the multiple-choice test.
Trial Run II: Set Up Equipment and Follow Instructions
Then we will conduct a second trial run session to install the remote access software on your computer and make sure that it's working properly.
We will also provide you with detailed instructions for each section of the remote LSAT to ensure a seamless testing experience with our LSAT proxy testing service.
Read the official remote LSAT checklist of what to expect on test day and the steps you need to complete to ensure your test session runs smoothly.
Download ProProctor Application
Download the ProProctor software. You will need to install the software on your computer and launch it to connect to the proctor and begin your test session.
Launch ProProctor Application
Ensure to open the ProProctor application, which will launch in a new window, at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled test time.
Log In with Confirmation Number and Surname
Enter your Prometric confirmation number and last name.
Accept Examination Regulations
Perform System Check
Complete the enhanced system check.
Communicate with Proctor: Environment and ID Verification
For more information about acceptable IDs, visit Identification Accepted for LSAT Admission.
Sign Into LSAC Account
You will need a valid ID and your LawHub username/password. (These are the same credentials you used to register for the LSAT.)
Start the Test
Complete All Four Sections
During the 10-minute intermission between the second and third sections, test takers have the chance to take a brief intermission. This is an opportunity to use the restroom, have a snack or a drink, or stretch your legs. However, it's crucial to adhere to the rules and avoid any prohibited activities during this time. Learn more about the LSAT Intermission.
Proctors may intermittently pause your examination to conduct a comprehensive review of your surroundings. This may include a 360-degree survey of your room, an inspection of your desk's surface, and a visual check of your hands (both sides) as well as your fingernails, and potentially the front and back of your ears. These procedures are standard protocol to ensure test integrity. Compliance with the proctor's instructions is essential for a smooth examination process.
Finish your exam, rip up your scratch paper, and submit.