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Evidence of Disability
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You must present adequate evidence of a disability. The type and amount of documentation that you must submit will
depend upon whether you have prior documentation of a disability determination. Please share these instructions with
any Qualified Professional who is submitting an Evidence of Disability form on your behalf.
For the purposes of providing evidence of disability, a Qualified Professional is a person who is licensed or otherwise
properly credentialed and possesses expertise in the disability for which modifications or accommodations are sought.
Note: Documentation submitted in support of a request for testing accommodations may not be more than five
(5) years old for candidates seeking accommodation for mental or cognitive disabilities. Candidates seeking
accommodation for any other disabilities may submit evidence of a disability from a qualified professional
who examined them any time after reaching the age of 13.
LSAC Account Number: Date of Birth:
I. Prior Documentation of Disability
Do you have any of the following documentation from a Qualified Professional who previously examined you
within the past five years (if you are seeking accommodation based on mental or cognitive disabilities) or any
time after you reached the age of 13 (if you are seeking accommodation based on any other disability):
Documentation of disability in previous Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Documentation of disability in previous Section 504 Plan
Documentation of disability in previous Summary of Performance
Documentation of disability in previous Private School Formal Written Plan
Documentation of disability in an outside, private evaluation from a Qualified Professional
Documentation of disability from a Medical Doctor Evaluation or Letter from a Qualified Professional
Do you certify that you continue to have this disability?
If you answer “yes” to questions I.A and I.B, attach copies of the relevant documentation.
II. Current Evidence of Disability
If you do not have prior documentation of a disability as set out in Section I, you will need to submit documentation
from a Qualified Professional
that you have a disability which restricts your ability to demonstrate your aptitude or
achievement on all or part of the LSAT. Such documentation, when appropriate, may include standardized test data
from appropriate evaluation instruments; a comprehensive evaluation; a relevant history; or a personal statement
describing the individual’s disability, impairment, areas of limitation, effects on test taking and testing accommodation
needs. The documentation may also show that you have a temporary disability, such as a broken bone in your
dominant writing hand or herniated disk, which restricts your ability to demonstrate your aptitude or achievement on all
or part of the LSAT.
If you need to submit current evidence of disability, please have a Qualified Professional who previously examined you
fill out the attached form.
I certify that all the information on this statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.