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The LSAT

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is the standardized test for law school admission. The test is scored on a scale of 120 to 180. The LSAT is given four times a year: typically, once in June, October, December and February. Your score is critical to whether and where you will be admitted to law school and can influence whether you are offered financial aid. The website of the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), www.lsac.org, offers much information about the LSAT. The site includes what you need to know about test dates and locations, test registration, fees, fee waivers and accommodations. You can reach LSAC by phone at (215) 968-1001.

Register early for the exam so that you can take it at the center of your choice.  If you want to delay a test that you already signed up for, you can reschedule for a small fee.

Click on the following links for more specific information about the LSAT:

What is on the LSAT?

Preparation Strategy

Study Formats: Courses, Self-Study, Tutors & More

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