Attention June LSAT Registrants: In-Person LSAT Cancelled; June Test to be Administered in LSAT-Flex Format

Here is today’s announcement from the LSAC:
The well-being of our candidates remains a top priority for us. Given the continued severe impact of the COVID-19 emergency in many areas and the uncertainty over how the situation will evolve over the next six weeks, we have made the decision to cancel the in-person June LSAT that was scheduled for June 8 in the U.S. and Canada.
All test takers who were currently registered for the June 8 test in the U.S. and Canada are eligible to take the online, remotely proctored LSAT-Flex, which we have created to provide candidates the opportunity to earn an LSAT score even though in-person testing is not possible due to the pandemic.
The June LSAT-Flex will be administered during the week of June 14. Most test takers will test on either Sunday, June 14, or Monday, June 15, with a small number of tests occurring later in the week based on specific remote proctoring requirements.
Currently, we are targeting Tuesday, June 30, as the score release date for all test takers, regardless of when they test during the week of June 14. We will update the score release date as needed. June test registrants have been instructed to visit their LSAC accounts and submit the online form to confirm their interest in taking the June LSAT-Flex or to receive a coupon for any future test between July 2020 and April 2021. Any affected registrants that we do not hear from will be automatically registered for the June LSAT-Flex.
Since announcing LSAT-Flex earlier this month, we have received a lot of support from both candidates and schools. If you would like to learn more about the LSAT-Flex, please visit our LSAT-Flex Frequently-Asked-Questions page.
LSAC is committed to helping every test taker have the equipment and other resources they need to take the LSAT-Flex. We are asking any candidates who do not have the necessary equipment or an appropriate place to test to let us know, and we will work with them to try to address their needs. If your institution is in the position to offer a test taker a private room with internet access in which to test for either the May LSAT-Flex or the June LSAT-Flex, please let me know and we will add you to our roster of potential locations for test takers who need assistance.
We remain committed to doing everything we can to support candidates and provide testing opportunities, while following public health guidance to help protect the safety of test takers and the broader community.