LSAT Test Dates

Recognized as one of the largest factors in determining entrance into an accredited law school in the United States, Canada, and Australia, among other countries, the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is given at locations across the globe on predefined dates.

It is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Though it is usually given on Saturdays, there are alternate exam times, either for Australia, New Zealand, and countries in Asia, as well as opportunities to take the test during the week, for anyone not able to attend the weekend sessions.

LSAT Date
Time

February 7, 2015

8:30 AM

June 8, 2015

12:30 PM

October 3, 2015

8:30 AM

December 5, 2015

8:30 AM

February 6, 2016

8:30 AM

Note: Test times may vary slightly from those reported on this table. After registering for
the exam, be sure to read the examination ticket for the precise time of the exam.

In general, test registration deadlines expire approximately one month prior to test day,while late registration (accompanied by an extra fee) extends one week later. However,registration in countries other than the United States generally expires earlier than it does inside the U.S. Be sure to consult LSAC’s list of registration deadlines as early in the process as possible.

Before you can register for the LSAT, you must create a user account
with LSAC. For further information about applying to law school, there is a helpful resource
on their website as well, that introduces some of the basic knowledge anyone who is thinking about applying to law school may want to know.

The Refund Request Form will reimburse $48 of the testing fee. Alternately, you may submit the form before the refund deadline, either by fax (215-968-1277) or by mail (LSAC/Box 2000-T/Newtown, PA 18940-0995). The Law School Admission Council may be reached by phone at 215-968-1001 for questions and concerns.

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