Timelines for 2018 LSAT Takers

2018 LSAT Takers: it’s time to pick a test date and plan your schedules for 2018! You have four LSAT options to choose from next year: February, June, September, and November.

The first LSAT in 2018 is in February. For more information, visit the LSAC’s website here

FEBRUARY 10th, 2018 TEST DEADLINES (you should sign up soon!):

Regular Registration: December 27, 2017
Regular Registration Accommodation Request: December 27, 2017
Nonpublished Test Center Registration (additional fees apply): December 13, 2017
Late Registration—Published Test Centers only (additional fees apply): January 3, 2018
Late Registration Accommodation Request—Published Test Centers only (additional fees apply): January 3, 2018

 

UPCOMING LSAT DATES FOR 2018:

Saturday, February 10, 2018 8:30 AM
Monday, February 12, 2018 (Saturday Sabbath Observers) 8:30 AM

Monday, June 11, 2018 12:30 PM

Saturday, September 8, 2018 8:30 AM
Wednesday, September 5, 2018 (Saturday Sabbath Observers) 8:30 AM

Saturday, November 17, 2018 8:30 AM
Monday, November 19, 2018 (Saturday Sabbath Observers) 8:30 AM

COSTS FOR THE LSAT:

Basic Fees
LSAT $180
Credential Assembly Service (CAS) $185
Auxiliary Fees
Late Registration $100
Test Center Change $100
Test Date Change $100
Nonpublished Test Center Domestic: $285
International: $380

Other Important Things to Consider for the 2018 LSAT: (1) Spring Schedules and (2) Study Abroad

(1) Now that the courses for Spring 2018 are available, try to plan your spring schedule so you give yourself enough time to study for your respective exam. If you can take a lighter load of classes and free up your schedule to study for the LSAT, it is highly recommended.

(2) Studying Abroad in 2018? Think ahead for which test you want to take!  A note about the LSAT and Study Abroad: Many students choose to study abroad in the
spring of their Junior year. This can impact your planning and preparation for the LSAT,
especially if you plan to take the exam in June. You should factor in your study abroad timing when deciding which LSAT to take. The LSAT is offered in many other countries (which you can investigate at www.lsac.org), but you should carefully consider whether you will have the time and focus necessary for preparing for the exam while abroad.

See our handbook for more information about the application process.

Also, keep an eye out for updates about our 2018 LSAT Prep Fair that will be on February 6, 2018! If you are thinking about attending law school, come and learn what the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is all about, find the perfect prep course, and learn more about how to prepare for the LSAT.

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