Yes, scratch paper is allowed on all multiple-choice sections of the in-person LSAT. You will be provided scratch paper and a pen to use during official LSAT administrations. You should also bring your own pencil and eraser for notes in the provided scratch booklet. You cannot bring your own paper or pen. The digital test interface also allows you to highlight and underline with a stylus provided at the start of the test. You cannot bring your own highlighter or stylus.
You are allowed to use your own scratch paper on remotely proctored LSATs.
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