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Questions and Answers

When is the LSAT given?
The test is administered four times a year—usually in October, December, February, and June—on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Special arrangements for schedule changes are available.

How important is the LSAT and how is it used?
It is crucial! Although law schools may consider other factors, the vast majority of admission decisions are based on only two criteria: your LSAT score and your GPA.

How many times should I take the LSAT?
Most people are better off preparing thoroughly for the test, taking it one time and getting their top score. You can take the test as often as you like, but some law schools will average your scores. You should call the schools to which you are applying to find out their policy. Then plan your strategy accordingly. A copy of your LSAT and Grade Point Average will automatically be sent to every school to which you apply.

Can I cancel my score?
Yes. To do so, you must notify the Law School Admission Services within 6 days after taking the test. Although your score from a canceled test will not be reported to the schools you apply to, the cancellation will be.

Where can I get the registration forms?
Most law schools have the forms. You can also get them directly from Law School Admission Services by writing to:
Law Services
Box 2000
661 Penn Street
Newtown, PA 18940

You can also get the forms by calling Law Services at 215-968-1001. Or through the Internet: www.lsac.org

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