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Is scratch paper allowed on the LSAT?

For the remotely proctored LSAT, six blank sheets of scratch paper are allowed. These sheets of scratch paper can be lined, unlined, or graphed, and no larger than 8.5 x 11 inches. You are also allowed to have one or more writing utensils (pencil, mechanical pencil, or ink pen), a pencil sharpener, and eraser (non-mechanical and without sleeves) with you during the LSAT.Test takers at Prometric test centers will be provided with three scratch paper booklets prior to the commencement of the test. The proctor will collect the scratch paper booklets at the conclusion of the test.

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