Withdrawing Your Test Registration
If you are unable to take the test for which you have registered, you have three options that will remove the test from your file and prevent an absentee notation:
- You may request a change to another test date within the current testing year. You must adhere to the Test Date Change deadlines and pay a fee for this change. Go to your LSAC online account to make this change from the status page.
- You may withdraw your registration altogether simply by completing and submitting the partial refund request form. You must meet the LSAT Registration Refunds deadline to get a partial refund.
- Once the Test Date Change and LSAT Registration Refunds deadlines have passed, you will find an option to withdraw your registration in the LSAT Status section of your LSAC online account. You may withdraw your registration up until 11:59 pm (ET) the night before the test. There will be no refund for this option. Please note that if you miss the Withdraw LSAT Registration - No Refund deadline, your LSAC file will note "absent." This is NOT a score of zero, nor will it be factored into any reportable scores on file. If you register for another test date, you will be required to pay the full registration fee.
NOTE: If you register for a specific LSAT administration during the regular registration period, you are not eligible for late registration for that same administration. Once you have registered for a test during the regular registration period, you may not withdraw your registration and reregister for that same test during the late registration period.
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