LSAT Schedule

What is the Testing Schedule for LSAT?

Planning to Take the LSAT?

If you are thinking about taking the LSAT, you will have to set aside enough time to prepare for the test because this is the only way you can ensure you are doing your best to get a high score in the test. Now when it comes to applying for the exam, you need to first find out about the LSAT schedule and know about the dates on which the test will be available. Keep in mind that this test is only offered four times a year and they are in the months of:





  • February
  • June
  • October
  • December

The LSAT schedule dates for each year is different but the months will be the above-mentioned four months. When it comes to planning for the exam, you need to make sure that you take the test as soon as you can. The LSAT exam cycle starts from the month of June one year and ends on the month of February the next year. It is best if you can take the test as early as you can, preferably in the month of June or October. This way, if you are not happy with the result, you will have enough time to take a retest.

Test Dates

You can find out about the LSAT schedule dates by checking the official website of the LSAC http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates-deadlines.asp. This page displays the testing dates based on the region. You need to find out about the dates by referring to the country you belong to. If you are from the United States or Canada, you will find the test dates at the top of the page. Here are the LSAT schedule test dates for the upcoming tests in the year 2012:

  • 11th & 13th February, 2012, where 13th February is a date for the observers of Saturday Sabbath.
  • 11th June, 2012.
  • 6th & 10th October, 2012, where 10th October is a date for the observers of Saturday Sabbath.
  • 1st & 3rd December, 2012, where 3rd December is a date for the observers of Saturday Sabbath.

Where are the LSAT Centers Located?

Once you have checked the LSAT schedule, you will have to enrol for the exam but before that you need to decide which test center you would prefer. There are so many test centers available all around the world and you need to choose one that is located near where you live so that you can conveniently go to this location and take your exam. If you go to the official website to apply for the exam online, you will be able to see the real-time availability of seats in the test centers of your preference. This is the reason why you need to make sure that you send in your application for the exam as soon as you have decided on a date after referring to the LSAT schedule.

Applying for LSAT...

Once you have decided to apply for the test, you will find that you have three options. You can choose to apply online, via telephone or through postal mail. Needless to say, the fast and best way to apply for this examination is to go to the official website at https://os.lsac.org/Release/Logon/Access.aspx and then create an account with LSAC so that you can directly send your application online. You will also be able to get your result via email if you register with LSAC. Once you are done with the application, you should start preparing for the test as soon as you can so that you will get a high score during the exam.




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