Updates for November LSAT!

Below please find the recent announcement by LSAC regarding the November 2020 LSAT Administration…

Given the continuing COVID-19 emergency, LSAC has made the decision to offer the online, remotely proctored LSAT-Flex in November, instead of the in-person LSAT scheduled for November 14 in the U.S. and Canada.  The LSAT-Flex gives candidates the opportunity to earn an LSAT score and continue their law school journeys despite COVID-19 restrictions on travel or public gatherings. You can learn more about the LSAT-Flex and see answers to frequently asked questions on our website.

The November LSAT-Flex will be administered the week starting Saturday, November 7 (please note this is a change from the previously announced November 14 date). Most test takers will test on Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, with a small number of tests occurring later in the week based on specific remote proctoring requirements. Due to the demands of the LSAT-Flex administration, this will be an undisclosed test. The November LSAT-Flex will count toward the annual, multi-year, and lifetime limits on taking the LSAT. We are targeting Tuesday, November 24, as the score release date.

Key dates for November test takers

      • Registration for the November LSAT-Flex is open through Wednesday, September 23. Candidates currently registered for the November LSAT may either take the November LSAT-Flex or opt out and receive a coupon that can be applied to any future test between January and April 2021. Candidates should visit their LSAC account and submit the online form with their choice. Candidate who do not contact LSAC by September 23, will be automatically registered for the LSAT-Flex on or about September 26. They may withdraw from the November LSAT-Flex by October 30 and receive the coupon. After the October 30 deadline, coupons are not available.
          • Because the November LSAT-Flex is an online, remotely proctored test, LASC is able to offer a variety of test start times for test takers to choose from. LSAC will open the scheduling sign-up process about two weeks before the first day of testing in November, so test takers can select the available time that works best for them. Test takers will receive more information and instructions prior to that time.
      • LSAC is working to help every test taker in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands) and Canada have the equipment and other resources they need to take the online, remotely proctored exam and do their best work. Any candidate who does not have the necessary equipment or an appropriate place to test should submit an online form in their LSAC account no later than 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, October 18, 2020, so that we can work with them to address their needs.

Visit www.lsac.org for additional information on the upcoming LSAT-Flex exams.

October & November LSAT-Flex Exam Space:

LSAC will be offering resources and support for students who have equipment needs and/or are unable to identify an appropriate test space for LSAT-Flex administrations. You must contact LSAC via online form located in your LSAC account before the following dates to be eligible for resources:

    • October LSAT-Flex: Sunday, September 13 no later than 10:59 PM (CST)/11:59 PM(EST)
    • November LSAT-Flex: Sunday, October 18 no later than 10:59 PM (CST)/11:59 PM (EST)

Campus Space: Pre-Law Advising Services has secured campus test space options for the October and November LSAT-Flex administrations. Test space is limited so rooms will be available on a need-based, first come, first served basis. Please stay tuned for additional details in the upcoming weeks!

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