LSAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines

LSAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines
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2017-2019 LSAT Test & Registration Dates
LSAT Test Date Registration
($200)
Refund ($50) Date or Test Center Change ($125) Withdraw
(no refund)
Dates are for US, Canada, Mexico, Caribbean. For information about administrations in other regions or dates for Sabbath observers visit lsac.org.
Sat, Sept 21 – 8:30 a.m.
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Aug 1
Register
Aug 21 Aug 21 Sept 20
Mon, Oct 28 – 12:30 p.m.
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Sept 10
Register
Sept 25 Sept 25 Oct 27
Mon, Nov 25 – 12:30 p.m.
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Oct 10
Register
Oct 21 Oct 21 Nov 24
Mon, Jan 13 – 12:30 p.m.
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Dec 3
Register
Dec 17 Dec 17 Jan 12
Sat, Feb 22 – 8:30 a.m.
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Jan 7
Register
Jan 28 Jan 28 Feb 21
Mon, Mar 30 – 12:30 p.m.
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Feb 11
Register
Feb 27 Feb 27 Mar 29
Sat, Apr 25 – 8:30 a.m.
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Mar 10
Register
Mar 31 Mar 31 Apr 24
Sept 2019 LSAT

Registration Deadline

Fee: $200 / Register now

1 Aug

Refund / Date or Center Change

Refund amount: $50
Change fee: $125

21 Aug

Withdraw

No refund.

20 Sept

LSAT Exam

8:30am

21 Sept
Oct 2019 LSAT

Registration Deadline

Fee: $200 / Register now

10 Sept

Refund / Date or Center Change

Refund amount: $50
Change fee: $125

25 Sept

Withdraw

No refund.

27 Oct

LSAT Exam

8:30am

28 Oct

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How to Register for the LSAT

You can register for the LSAT online, by phone or by email.

Here are the details for each option:

  •  Online

    By far the easiest and fastest way to register for the LSAT is online through your LSAC.org account.

  •  By Phone

    You can also register by calling LSAC at 215.968.1001 Monday-Friday. Hours vary based on the time of year as follows:

    September-February: 8:30am-6:30pm ET
    March-August: 8:30am-4:45pm ET

    According to LSAC, Monday is the busiest day so you can avoid long hold times by calling later in the week.

  •  By Mail

    To receive a paper registration packet and other information, you can email LSAC or call at 215.968.1001 (same hours as listed above).

Withdrawing Your LSAT Registration

If you register for an LSAT but are unable to take the exam for any reason, you may cancel your registration in one of three ways:

  1. Request an LSAT Test Date Change (for a fee of $100) by your LSAT test date change deadline.

  2. Request an LSAT Registration Refund (partial refund of $50 only) by your LSAT’s refund request deadline.

  3. If both of these deadlines have passed, you can withdraw your registration on the LSAT status page of your LSAC.org account. This option is available until 11:59pm ET the night before the LSAT. Please note, however, that if you withdraw your registration you will not receive a refund and you will be required to pay the full registration fee if you register for another LSAT test date.

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