When and where you can Take the LSAT in June

The LSAT can be taken in February, June, October, and December. This article focuses on the June LSAT. Below are test dates, where to find test centers, what to bring to the test, and how to prepare for the day of the test. Students should keep in mind that they cannot take the LSAT more than three times in a two-year period. This applies even if a student decides to cancel a score. Taking the June LSAT sometimes means that a student has deferred his admission to a law school for an additional year, especially if his score wasn't satisfactory in December, or some other circumstance prevented him from taking the test in December.

There are accommodations on test days as well as religious allowances for those who observe Saturday or the Sabbath as a religious holiday. Throughout the June LSAT, test and registration periods, these observers will need to send an official note to the LSAC test administration by mail. For those students who need certain accommodations if they have a disability, the LSAT is available in large print or in braille. To request accommodations for the disabled, students need to fill out a request packet, which they should review carefully at the LSAC.org website. These accommodations are available during any test period, incidentally, not only for the June test. Students with disabilities need to register for the test and subsequently request the accommodation packet.

Students should register as soon as possible this increases the chance that they get the test center of their choice. Students should also know that the LSAT is not given at every test center on all test dates. This means that there is limited availability for each test. Students who register online can check test center availability with ease. Students should always check the LSAC website and refer to their admission ticket for exact times, as well as any changes that may occur in time and date.

On the day of the test a student needs:

- Admission ticket

- Identification (i.e., passport, drivers license, state ID, military ID)

- Additional items that are allowed into the test room are listed below.

Prohibited Items:

-To reduce the chance that students cheat, there is a long list of prohibited electronic items at http://lsac.org/JD/LSAT/day-of-test.asp

Items Allowed (stored under desk only):

Analog wristwatch



#2 wooden pencils/pencil sharpener

LSAT admission ticket stub

Valid ID

Medical products



Beverage in plastic containers

June LSAT 2012 Test Dates and Deadlines for the US, Canada and Caribbean:

The June LSAT is available in many other countries besides the three mentioned in the heading above. For other countries check LSAC.org. There are test centers on every continent: Australia, New Zealand, Asia, South and Central America, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Not all test centers are disclosed; students should check their ticket for exact reporting time on his test date. If a student is registering online the receipt deadline is before midnight EST.

Registration deadline online, by mail or by telephone: May 8th, 2012

Late registration by mail: May 15th, 2012

Later registration by telephone or online: May 18th, 2012

Test Date: June 11th, 2012

For non-published test centers:

Test Date: June 11th, 2012

Registration: May 4th, 2012

June Score Release Dates:

By e-mail: July 6th, 2012

By mail: July 14th, 2012

Keep these June LSAT deadlines and dates in mind and mark them on a calendar that is always accessible. This way there is no chance of forgetting or having to do late registration. Even though there is a late registration date, registering late decreases the chance that a student gets the test center and time of his choice, and this is more inconvenient. Having done your research, and prepared for the test, it is only sensible to be apprised of the test and registration dates and times.

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