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LSAT TEST DATES & TIMELINES: View 2017 LSAT test dates and important deadlines for the June 12, 2017 / September 16, 2017 / December 7, 2017 LSAT test dates

June 2017 LSAT

Test Date: June 12, 2017 - 12:30PM

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $175

June 2017 LSAT Countdown

2017/06/12 12:30:00

June 2017 LSAT Timeline

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April 26, 2017

Registration Deadline

May 3, 2017

Late Registration Deadline

May 9, 2017

Last Day to Change Test Center

May 9, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

May 16, 2017

Last Day to Switch Test Date

June 11, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

September 2017 LSAT

Test Date: September 16, 2017 - 8:30AM

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $175

September 2017 LSAT Countdown

2017/09/16 08:30:00

September 2017 LSAT Timeline

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Registration Deadline

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Late Registration Deadline

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Last Day to Change Test Center

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Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

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Last Day to Switch Test Date

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Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

December 2017 LSAT

Test Date: December 2, 2017 - 8:30AM

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $175

December 2017 LSAT Countdown

2017/12/02 08:30:00

December 2017 LSAT Timeline

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TBD

Registration Deadline

TBD

Late Registration Deadline

TBD

Last Day to Change Test Center

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Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

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Last Day to Switch Test Date

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Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

February 2018 LSAT

Test Date: February 10, 2018 - 8:30AM

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $175

February 2018 LSAT Countdown

2018/02/10 08:30:00

February 2018 LSAT Timeline

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TBD

Registration Deadline

TBD

Late Registration Deadline

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Last Day to Change Test Center

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Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

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Last Day to Switch Test Date

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Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

6 Comments

  1. Hi I’m currently following the 4 Month Guide and I have recently started reading comp over the past 4-5 days. I have a science background so I expected reading comp to be my worst section, but i’m struggling a lot more than i expected. I’ve looked at the RC bible, but I find I’m not retaining enough of the stimulus even while using their methods of approach. I don’t want to keep drilling reading comp sections and wasting them while making the same mistakes of poor understanding and poor retention. Should I keep drilling and reviewing each RC section thoroughly or is there a better way to improve? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks for the study guides they’ve been really helpful.

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