Before your current LSAT administration’s Test Date Change deadline has passed, you may request to take the LSAT on a different date within the current testing year. LSAT testing years run from June through February. If you are registered for a February exam, you may change to the following June exam only.
If your administration’s Test Date Change deadline has passed, you may withdraw your registration instead.
Changing Your Test Date
To change your test date, submit your request and the Test Date Change fee in one of three ways:
Send a signed and completed LSAT Test Date Change Form (PDF), along with either a check, money order, or your credit card information, to
PO BOX 2000-T
Newtown PA 18940-0979
If you register for a test during the regular registration period, you may not withdraw your registration and then reregister for that same test during the late registration period.
You may change your test center if
- your administration’s Test Center Change deadline has not yet passed and
- there is space available at your requested center.
Note that center changes for test centers outside of the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean must meet a specific registration deadline for those centers.
Changing Your Test Center
To change your test center, submit your request and the Test Center Change fee in one of three ways:
Your test center change request must include your
- LSAC account number
- test date
- current test center
- requested test center
- credit card information (for payment of the Test Center Change fee)
Submit your request to 215.968.1277.