Heads up, future lawyers! The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) announced it will add two new LSAT dates to the testing schedule. Starting in mid-2018, LSAC will offer a January and a March LSAT, increasing the total number of LSAT test dates from four to six per year.

How does the new LSAT schedule affect my law school application?

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More test dates means more options for you. Most law schools accept students on a rolling basis, so it’s in your best interest to submit a complete application—including your LSAT score—as early as possible. With two additional LSAT dates, you have more flexibility in choosing when to take and prep for the LSAT

What else do I need to know?

It’s been a busy spring for LSAC. In May 2017, LSAC announced it will no longer limit the number of times you can sit for the LSAT. Earlier in the month, it conducted a digital pilot to test administering the LSAT by tablet. At The Princeton Review, we are carefully monitoring these changes so we can give prospective law students the inside scoop.


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