The regular September/October, December, and February LSATs are administered on Saturdays. If you observe a Saturday Sabbath, you may take the LSAT on other days of the week (usually Monday) or during the June administration, which is administered on a Monday.
Registering for a Saturday Sabbath Observer Administration
You may register through your LSAC.org account; however, a reporting hold will be placed on your file and your admission ticket will not be available until LSAC receives a letter written on official stationery signed by your minister or rabbi confirming your religious affiliation. The letter may be submitted by mail or fax to
PO BOX 2000-T
Newtown PA 18940
The letter must be received by the administration’s Late Registration deadline. Otherwise, your registration will be rescinded, your test fee will be refunded, and you will not be able to test on that date.
Once LSAC receives the letter confirming your religious affiliation, the letter is valid as long as your file remains active. You will not need to resubmit the letter if you register for another LSAT.
Once you test on a Saturday Sabbath observer test date, you will not be permitted to subsequently register for a regular (Saturday) LSAT administration. If you attempt to register for a regular administration, LSAC will automatically reassign your registration to the test’s Saturday Sabbath observer administration, provided there is a test center within 100 miles of your requested site. Otherwise, your registration will be canceled and a full refund issued.