yes, there are accomodations for the LSAT
Candidates who seek additional test time on scored sections of the test should pay particular attention to the following:
If you receive additional test time as an accommodation for your disability, LSAC will send a statement with your LSDAS Law School Reports advising that your score(s) should be interpreted with great sensitivity and flexibility.
Scores earned with additional test time are reported individually and will not be averaged with standard-time scores or other nonstandard-time scores.
Percentile ranks of nonstandard-time scores are not available and will not be reported.
All information related to your request for accommodations will remain confidential unless you authorize its release. If you want this information to be sent with your law school reports, you must complete and submit the Authorization to Release Information Form (page 4 of the Candidate Form) included in the Accommodations Request Packet.
Test takers who receive accommodations are subject to the same score cancellation policy as all other test takers. In addition, other policies in the LSAT & LSDAS Information Book and online will apply to test takers who receive accommodations on the LSAT.
If you wish to take the LSAT again or transfer your registration to another date, you must submit another written request for accommodations by the deadline associated with your registration for an administration of the LSAT.
All documentation submitted must meet LSAC’s current criteria and reflect the current impact of your impairment. If you need additional or different accommodations, you must complete all the required forms.
LSAC reserves the right to make final judgment regarding testing accommodations.