Welcome to the LSAT Inbox! This is a weekly blog series that answers frequently asked questions about the LSAT®. We encourage you to check back often for answers to more questions you may have as you prepare for the test.
I’m taking the LSAT for the first time and am not sure how to start studying.
If you’re just getting started preparing for the test, it would be helpful to familiarize yourself with the content and sections of the LSAT. You can visit our website for an explanation of the test and sample questions for each section.
Additionally, LawHub™, powered by LSAC®, offers numerous free and low-cost resources for law school candidates, including LSAT PrepTests, which use the official interface you’ll experience on test day. Taking a PrepTest is a great way to figure out your strengths and weaknesses and learn how to focus your studying moving forward.
How do I schedule my testing date and time for the June LSAT?
If you’re registered for the LSAT, you’ll receive an email 15 days before the beginning of the testing administration notifying you that scheduling is open and giving you instructions for scheduling your test. We recommend that you schedule as early as possible to ensure you receive your preferred date and time.
For the June 2023 LSAT, scheduling will open on May 25.
I need to request accommodations for the LSAT. How do I do this, and what documentation do I need?
LSAC is committed to providing necessary testing accommodations to candidates with documented disabilities on the LSAT and LSAT Writing® to best ensure that the test results accurately reflect the aptitude or achievement level of the candidate.
Requests for accommodations can be made through your LSAC.org account. First select “LSAT” in the top navigation, and then choose “Request Accommodations.” Please note: you must first register for the LSAT before requesting accommodations.
The documentation required for LSAT accommodation requests depends on what accommodation you are requesting. You can view a non-exhaustive list of possible accommodations on our website as well as what documentation is required for various accommodations.
How can I contact LSAC if I have additional questions?
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 LSAT pages on our website, via email at LSACinfo@LSAC.org, or call us at 1.800.336.3982. 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.