The 180 Timer - LSAT Proctor 4+

Lucas Azzopardi

    • 4.7 • 41 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The 180 Timer is the perfect tool to help you manage your practice tests while studying for the LSAT! The 180 timer presents all the data you need to know while taking a test, in a simple yet beautiful way.

With the 180 Timer, all the information you need is readily available:
- See the overall time remaining
- See which passage, or game you should be on
- See what question number you should be on

All of this data is presented with both a digital time, and a progress circle, to help you visualize how much time you have left on each section, game, or question.

After you finish a practice test, you can keep track of your progress by uploading your score within the app. This will help you see your results over time.

Stay focused by playing ambient music while writing your test. Choose from white noise, rain, fire, or waves. Challenge yourself by toggling on random distractions which will simulate real life testing conditions.

Accessibility: Easily change the timer length to accommodate for any accessibility needs.

There is no better tool to help you manage your time while writing the LSAT. Good luck studying!

What’s New

Version 1.2.3

- You can now change the alert sound that plays at the end of a section. Navigate into settings to change it

Bug Fixes
- The progress ring showing the number of questions would sometimes not show the correct value if a user closed the app and then returned to an ongoing section
- The end of game sound would sometimes play twice
- Fixed a bug that would cause a crash on iPad

If you want to suggest new features, or file a bug report, please send feedback within the app by navigating to Settings > Send feedback

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Dr.Livingston ,

Messed up a full practice test

This app has some serious problems. First off, you can’t shut your phone screen off and have this still run. Are you kidding? It’s distracting to have the numbers ticking down while you’re working, especially if you’re on Logic Games and the questions don’t track well with a really rigid timing structure. I started this, closed my phone, and started. Tried to check back after one section and it was at 34:57. Super frustrating.
I started the timer again for the next section, and left it open this time. Little did I know you need to TURN ON the alarm to have it notify. So I still mistimed myself.
Don’t bother with this app.

Sdsdanielle1233 ,

Does not have the ability to change the timing

This app does not allow you to change the section time for those who have accommodations. They need to add the ability to take the test with 1.5x and 2x time.

App Privacy

The developer, Lucas Azzopardi, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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