From Test Hacker:
The LSAT Proctor app by Test Hacker allows students to simulate LSAT test-day examination conditions at home. The app simulates the proctor's vocal prompts, time warnings and completion prompts for all five sections of the LSAT. The app also includes an optional distraction mode that can be enabled or disabled to simulate the audio distractions that occur during the LSAT. Unlike the MCAT, the LSAT is a written test and does not allow any type of noise-canceling headphones; therefore, the LSAT can often be a cacophony of pencil scratches, sneezes, coughs, weather/animal noises, chair creeks and paper crumbles. Practicing with the LSAT Proctor app will help to numb you to these distractions allowing you to focus on the test at hand. The app utilizes a series of randomized sounds to ensure that you do not become accustomed to the particular distractions; the randomization ensures that you will learn to conquer whatever distractions come your way and not just a particular series of distractions. If you find that timing is not you problem, but you still are having trouble concentrating with noises, use the app's "Unlimited Noise" settings to disregard vocal prompts and timing conditions to focus on conquering the LSAT under any condition!