LSAT Test Schedule

LSAT Test Schedule for the Coming Sessions

The Law School Admission Test is administered by the Law School Admission Council four times in every calendar year. The test is conducted in February, June, October and December every year and there is a different schedule for the Saturday Sabbath observers.

The LSAT test schedule for the year 2012 is as follows:





For the month of February:

  • Saturday, the 11th of February 2012 at 8.30 AM
  • Monday, the 13th of February 2012 at 8.30 AM

For the month of June:

  • Monday, the 11th of June 2012 at 12.30 PM
  • Sunday , the 24th June 2012 at 8.30 AM ( for Asia, Australia, and New Zealand only)

For the month of October:

  • Saturday, the 6th of October 2012 at 8.30 AM
  • Wednesday , the 10th of October 2010 at 8.30 AM

For the month of December:

  • Saturday, 1st December 2010 at 8.30 AM
  • Monday, the 3rd of December 2012 at 8.30 AM

The official website of the LSAT i.e. www.lsac.org gives information about the test dates and timings of the LSAT, worldwide. International test timings differ from the ones in the US. After registering for the LSAT, you should wait for your admission tickets to know your LSAT test schedule and center details. The test centre details given in the admission tickets also need to be confirmed from the website just before the test in case any last minute changes have been made. The June LSAT is the only LSAT that is conducted in the afternoon and the tests in all other months of the year are conducted at 8.30 am local time.

The LSAT test schedule is categorised by countries also. The categorization is as follows:

  1. United States, Canada, and the Caribbean
    In these countries, the LSAT test schedule is different for the Sabbath observers and the non Sabbath observers. The Saturday tests are generally shifted to another day in the same month for the Sabbath observers. The LSAT test schedule for the United States, Canada and the Caribbean is given in the website www.lsac.org.
  2. Australia and New Zealand
    The PDF files for test centre details and the LSAT test schedule for these countries are available in the official website www.lsac.org. Check for the difference in the LSAT test schedule for these countries, for the month of June.
  3. Europe, Middle East, and Africa
    The LSAT test schedule is available in PDF format at the website www.lsac.org
  4. Asia
    The LSAT test schedule in PDF format is available at the website www.lsac.org. There is a change from the normal schedule for Asia, in the month of June.
  5. South America, Central America, and Mexico
    The LSAT test schedule in PDF is available at the website www.lsac.org.

The LSAT is a global test administered to assess the suitability of a candidate for law school. The tests are conducted in a similar way in every part of the world so that parity can be maintained. The test dates are fixed by the Law School Admission Council and are not changed unless necessary. The LSAT test schedule has three aspects; the test dates, the test timings and the test centres. The test dates are fixed and so are the timings. The test centres change as per the country and availability. The test timings are fixed in the sense that 8.30 AM should be the test timing but in the locality where the test is taken. It is not to be altered to match the local time of the US and Canada where the LSAT test schedule is made.




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