Ohio LSAT Center Reviews: Cleveland, Case Western Reserve Law School

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Review #1

When did you take your LSAT?
September/October 2015
What type of room did you take your test in?
Large Class Room
How many other test takers were in the room with you?
0-25
How comfortable were the chairs?
comfortable
How was the lighting in the room?
optimal
What was the temperature of the room?
hot
Was there a clock in the room?
yes
How much desk space did you have?
more than enough: more than enough room to fit both the test booklet and answer sheet on the same desk and also comfortably spread out
If you are left handed, were you provided with a left-handed desk?
I am not left handed
What was the noise level like inside of the room?
normal
What was the noise level like outside of the room/building?
quiet
How long did it take between the scheduled test time and when you actually started testing?
1 hour or less
Did the proctors keep accurate time?
yes
Did the proctors enforce all of the rules?
no
Did the proctors distract you in anyway (talking between themselves, walking around too much, etc)?
yes
Was nearby parking easy to find?
no
How much did parking cost?
$10-$15
Do you have any additional comments?
The proctors were nice. Some were even joking with us to put us at ease. However, they disagreed about whether students could have water on the desk and they did not make sure bags were tucked beneath chairs. At one point one proctor did something I'm not sure what at the back of the room that sounded like she hit a radiator with an aluminum bat. She apologized, but it completely interrupted my train of thought.

There was no parking information on my ticket so I contacted LSAC. They referred me back to my ticket. Useless. Luckily, my sister (who was taking the test that same day) learned from one of her teachers about parking across the street at the Botanical Gardens. It's a minimum of $9; mine ended up being $12 for about five and half hours (8:10 - 1:40). The metered street parking is only up to four hours. I saw many people driving around trying to find parking.

There are couple of vending machines (YAY!). So if you aren't packing a snack or you would like a drink that's nice and cold, I would bring a few dollars.

GOOD LUCK!

Review #2

When did you take your LSAT?
September/October 2010
What type of room did you take your test in?
Large Class Room
How many other test takers were in the room with you?
25-50
How comfortable were the chairs?
comfortable
How was the lighting in the room?
optimal
What was the temperature of the room?
optimal
Was there a clock in the room?
yes
How much desk space did you have?
more than enough: more than enough room to fit both the test booklet and answer sheet on the same desk and also comfortably spread out
If you are left handed, were you provided with a left-handed desk?
no
What was the noise level like inside of the room?
very quiet
What was the noise level like outside of the room/building?
quiet
How long did it take between the scheduled test time and when you actually started testing?
1 hour or less
Did the proctors keep accurate time?
yes
Did the proctors enforce all of the rules?
yes
Did the proctors distract you in anyway (talking between themselves, walking around too much, etc)?
no
Was nearby parking easy to find?
yes
How much did parking cost?
free
Do you have any additional comments?
Had about 120 people come to Case - they split us up into the large classrooms. Very little direction was given at the beginning, but it was enough to figure it out.

We were to show up at 8:30, and the test was under way by 9:20. Our proctors were very professional, but were not unfriendly.

Instead of desks, we had long continuous tables and were spaced a certain amount apart...I am left-handed but there were no issues with handedness (I prefer RH desks anyway).

Case law school is adjacent to my church...I had easy parking but I know that it's sometimes very difficult to find non-metered parking that's not more than $10.

Review #3

When did you take your LSAT?
June 2010
What type of room did you take your test in?
Large Class Room
How many other test takers were in the room with you?
25-50
How comfortable were the chairs?
comfortable
How was the lighting in the room?
optimal
What was the temperature of the room?
optimal
Was there a clock in the room?
no
How much desk space did you have?
very little: could not fit both test booklet and answer sheet on the same desk
If you are left handed, were you provided with a left-handed desk?
I am not left handed
What was the noise level like inside of the room?
very quiet
What was the noise level like outside of the room/building?
very quiet
How long did it take between the scheduled test time and when you actually started testing?
1 hour or less
Did the proctors keep accurate time?
yes
Did the proctors enforce all of the rules?
no
Did the proctors distract you in anyway (talking between themselves, walking around too much, etc)?
no
Was nearby parking easy to find?
I did not drive to the testing center
How much did parking cost?
I did not drive to the testing center
Do you have any additional comments?
The proctors were very laid back and accommodating. They agreed to give a one minute warning as well as a five minute warning, but forgot on the third section. The testing surface was very small, but we were allowed to use the adjacent one as well.

Students were not searched. Nothing irregular occurred during testing, but I did see students pull out cell phones after the test was finished.

Left-handed desks were available to those that needed them.

Also, June was not listed as a testing location for CWRU on the official LSAC documentation, but it was an option when I signed up.

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How many other test takers were in the room with you?
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How was the lighting in the room?
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Was there a clock in the room?
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How much desk space did you have?
very little: could not fit both test booklet and answer sheet on the same desk
just enough: just enough room to put both the test booklet and the answer sheet on the desk together
more than enough: more than enough room to fit both the test booklet and answer sheet on the same desk and also comfortably spread out
If you are left handed, were you provided with a left-handed desk?
yes
no
I am not left handed
What was the noise level like inside of the room?
very quiet
quiet
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What was the noise level like outside of the room/building?
very quiet
quiet
normal
loud
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How long did it take between the scheduled test time and when you actually started testing?
1 hour or less
1-2 hours
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4+ hours
Did the proctors keep accurate time?
yes
no
Did the proctors enforce all of the rules? (Please explain in "Other Comments")
yes
no
Did the proctors distract you in anyway (talking between themselves, walking around too much, etc)?
yes
no
Was nearby parking easy to find?
yes
no
I did not drive to the testing center
How much did parking cost?
I did not drive to the testing center
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$5-$10
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