June LSAT 2012

Reminders on June 2012 LSAT Attempt

LSAC conducts LSAT test 4 times in a year in the months of February, June, October and December. June is the best month to take up the LSAT test for more than one reason.

  • No Other Exams

    There are no exams in the month of June in the undergraduation course. So your full concentration can be on preparing for LSAT. You do not have to worry about any other test or admission.

  • Fall Back Date

    If due to unavoidable circumstances you do not do well or you are forced to cancel your test, October can be a fall back date. If you take the test in October, you still have December as a fall back date but it will be late for the fall admissions.

  • Rolling Admission Basis

    Your results will be out long before law schools start the admission process, so you can apply on the first day itself. Law schools follow a rolling admissions format. Law schools do not consider all the applications together, they consider them as and when they arrive. So earlier you apply better are your chances of admission and availing a scholarship.

The June LSAT 2012 date is on 11th which is a Monday. The test is scheduled at 12.30 PM. For those who cannot get up early, this is the best time to take up the LSAT test. For Europe, Middle East and Africa the test is on June 12, Tuesday. For Australia and New Zealand the June LSAT 2012 is scheduled for 24th June.

The June LSAT 2012 important dates are given in the tabular column below. For further information, you can visit LSAC website http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates-deadlines.asp


Date of the test

Last Date for Application Submission

Score Release Dates

By Email

By Mail

US, Canada & Carribean

11th June 2012

8th May 2012

6th July 2012

14th July 2012

Europe, Middle East & Africa

12th June 2012

11th May 2012

6th July 2012

14th July 2012

Australia & New Zealand

24th June 2012

25th May 2012

18th July 2012

24th July 2012


12th June 2012

11th May 2012

6th July 2012

14th July 202

South America, Central America & Mexico

11th June 2012

11th May 2012

6th July 2012

14th July 2012

If you miss the last date for submission, you can still apply by paying a late registration fee and the last date with late submission fee will be extended roughly by 10 days.

If you are planning to apply for the June LSAT 2012, you must try to register as soon as possible. Since June is the best time to take up the LSAT, the seats fill up very fast. The number of seats at a center is limited. If you apply for a center that has filled up, the LSAC will make you a candidate in the waiting list. If there are any cancellations then you will be given that center else you may have to opt for another center.

Most of the coaching centers have started the coaching classes for June LSAT 2012. It usually starts in January itself. This gives you enough time to prepare well and get a high LSAT score.

If your aim in life is to get a high LSAT score and join a reputed law school and you are ready to work hard then June is the best time to take up the LSAT test. Now is the best time to start preparing for the June LSAT 2012 since there will be enough time to take a diagnostic test, and start working on the different sections of the LSAT. Self study, attending an online class and attending a live class are the different options available to prepare for LSAT. You can choose one and start working towards your goal.

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