December 2016 LSAT scores will not be available until after February 2017 LSAT registration deadlines have passed. Therefore, if you think you may want to take the February 2017 test, you must register for it before you know your December 2016 score. December 2016 test takers with a reportable score can request a refund for both regular and late registration fees if they wish to withdraw their February registration after receiving their December score.
Beginning on March 13, 2016, LSAC’s entire line of LSAT prep books—including Official LSAT PrepTests; the 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests series; the Official LSAT SuperPrep and SuperPrep II; and the Official LSAT Handbook—will be available only through bookstores and online booksellers. The exception is LSAT ItemWise, LSAC’s online LSAT familiarization tool, which will remain available for purchase through candidate accounts on LSAC.org.
LSAC will continue to produce and publish our complete line of Official LSAT prep books, but they will be sold solely through other booksellers. We are making this change primarily because the majority of our book customers already purchase their books from other sellers, who are able to offer more flexible shipping options and other benefits to consumers, often at a lower price.
Information about all of LSAC’s Official LSAT prep publications will remain on LSAC.org, but visitors to the site will be advised to purchase Official LSAT prep books from their favorite bookseller.
LSAC’s university accounts have been asked to purchase LSAC’s line of books through their campus bookstore or directly from Ingram, LSAC’s distributor. We are confident that our Official LSAT prep books will remain readily available to everyone who wishes to purchase them.