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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 2, 2017 / February 10, 2018 LSAT test dates

September 2017 LSAT

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

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $180

September 2017 LSAT Countdown

2017/09/16 08:30:00

September 2017 LSAT Timeline

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August 2, 2017

Registration Deadline

August 9, 2017

Late Registration Deadline

August 22, 2017

Last Day to Change Test Center

August 22, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

August 22, 2017

Last Day to Switch Test Date

September 15, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

December 2017 LSAT

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

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $180

December 2017 LSAT Countdown

2017/12/02 08:30:00

December 2017 LSAT Timeline

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October 18, 2017

Registration Deadline

October 25, 2017

Late Registration Deadline

November 7, 2017

Last Day to Change Test Center

November 7, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

November 7, 2017

Last Day to Switch Test Date

December 1, 2017

Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

February 2018 LSAT

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

Where: US Locations / International Locations

Cost: $180

February 2018 LSAT Countdown

2018/02/10 08:30:00

February 2018 LSAT Timeline

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December 27, 2017

Registration Deadline

January 3, 2018

Late Registration Deadline

January 9, 2018

Last Day to Change Test Center

January 9, 2018

Last Day to Withdraw with Refund ($50)

January 9, 2018

Last Day to Switch Test Date

February 9, 2018

Last Day to Withdraw (No Refund)

8 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.

  2. is there a bug on this page? Cannot see the other dates…takes me all the way down. Trying to see countdown info on Dec

    • [FIXED] Sorry for the technical issue, Deisy! It looks like we had some conflicting plugins on this page that were preventing the other tabs from loading. Thank you so much for letting me know! I’ve fixed the issue.

      Best,
      Joshua Craven

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