Welcome to the LSAT Inbox! This is a weekly blog series that answers frequently asked questions about the LSAT.
How can I sign up for a specific date and time to take the June LSAT?
The primary test dates for the June LSAT are Friday, June 9, and Saturday, June 10. International candidates and those with paper-and-pencil accommodations will test on Tuesday, June 13.
The deadline to register for the June test administration is April 25.
Upon registration for the June LSAT, test takers will not be able to schedule their test. Scheduling will open at 12 noon ET on Thursday, May 25. At that time, you’ll receive a detailed email with instructions on scheduling your testing day and time. We recommend you schedule your test as early as possible after that date, as preferred time slots may fill up.
What day do I test if I received accommodations?
Through the June 2023 administration, test takers who requested and received accommodations that include a pencil-and-paper format of the LSAT will test on the Tuesday following the primary test dates. For the April LSAT, those with pencil-and-paper accommodations will test on Tuesday, April 18, and in June, they’ll test on Tuesday, June 13.
Test takers who received accommodations which do not include a pencil-and-paper format will test on the primary test dates. For April, this means April 14 or 15. For June, this means June 9 or 10.
You can register for the June LSAT and request accommodations through your LSAC online account. The deadline to request accommodations for the April test has already passed. For questions about accommodations, contact Accommodated Testing by email at accom@LSAC.org (please include your name and LSAC account number in the subject line) or call 215.966.6625.
How should I prepare for LSAT writing?
Through your free LawHub account, you can access an official Writing Sample Practice Prompt to help you prepare. This writing prompt was part of a real LSAT administration in 2016 and is representative of the kind of prompts currently used in the LSAT Writing assessment.
Since LSAT Writing is being administered through LawHub, you can use this prompt to get familiar with both the content and the interface of the LSAT Writing exam.
What if I have a question that wasn’t answered here?
Check back next week for another edition of The LSAT Inbox for answers to more questions candidates have about the LSAT. You can also refer to our The LSAT This Week blog for details on upcoming test deadlines, how to prepare for the test, how to avoid having your session flagged, and more.
If you have a question that wasn’t answered here, you can contact us using our “Chat” feature by clicking on the chat icon on the bottom right corner of the pages on our website, via email at LSACinfo@LSAC.org, or call us at 1.800.336.3982. We wish you the best of luck as you prepare for your exam.