Less than a year after the LSAT went digital, the COVID-19 pandemic began pushing LSAT prep largely online. Applicants weighing test preparation options now have to think about which methods will allow them to study safely and practice social distancing. In-person classes and tutoring are out; virtual courses and resources are in. Smartphone applications seem like the next step. However, LSAT questions are not exactly mobile-friendly. Doing practice sections on a smartphone could encourage bad habits of mind as well as body if you tend to crane your neck!