Published/Listed Test Centers and Test Locations
The LSAT is not administered at every test center on all testing dates. In addition, there is a limited number of seats at each location for each test administration. You should register as early as possible, as your chances of being assigned to your first-choice test center are greater if you do. If you register online, you can check test center availability in real time. If you register by mail and both of your test center selections are full or unavailable, LSAC will assign you to a center as close to those centers as possible; however, LSAC cannot guarantee that a center located within a reasonable distance from your preferred centers will be available. Your LSAT admission ticket will reflect the change in test center. Assignment to a test center not indicated in your LSAT registration and/or test date change request does not entitle you to a full refund or a free test center or test date change.
These codes may be used only to indicate a test center for the 2013–2014 academic year. Do not use these codes for academic record data.
- Regular Administration Test Center Codes for the United States, the Caribbean, and Canada (PDF)
- Saturday Sabbath Observers Test Center Codes (PDF)
- Test Center Codes for Test Centers Outside the United States, the Caribbean, and Canada (PDF)
NOTE: Walk-in registration on the day of the test is not permitted at any test center for any test administration.
If you are unable to take the LSAT on the date for which you are registered, you may request a change to another test date, for a fee. You may do this online or by calling 215.968.1001. Your request must meet the designated test date change deadline (see Test Dates and Deadlines). Late requests will not be processed. You may also choose to withdraw your test registration altogether. Deadlines do apply.
If it is impossible for you to travel to a published/listed test center, and you are located over 100 miles (160 km) from an open published center, you may request that LSAC establish a nonpublished test center.
NOTE: In February 2014, the LSAT will be offered in Spanish at LSAT test centers in Puerto Rico.
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