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Test Takers by Country

Jun 12, 2015, 14:21 PM

LSAT Takers By Country of Administration

Please Note

These data display Testing Year. Currently, the LSAT testing year begins in June and ends in February. For example, testing year 2016–2017 indicates LSATs taken from June 2016 through February 2017.

Total Individual Test Takers by Year

The following data show individual test takers with a valid score who took the LSAT in a given testing year, regardless of how many times any individual took the test within that year.

  2012–2013 2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017
Total Test Takers 91,393 84,655 82,325 84,771 86,741

Individual Test Takers by Year and Top 20 Countries of Test Center

The following data show test takers with a valid score who took the LSAT at a test center located in the country listed. The counts indicate individual test takers from a given testing year, regardless of how many times any individual took the test within that year. The top 20 countries with the highest testing volume for the most recent year are shown. Information in this table does not consider citizenship or permanent residence, only the physical location of test centers.

  2012–2013 2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017
USA 80,155 73,869 70,404 73,423 75,139
Canada 8,631 8,094 8,058 8,022 8,027
Australia 733 765 758 808 867
China 630 593 592 699 766
Hong Kong 298 297 342 443 541
Korea, Republic of (South) 529 519 468 511 537
United Kingdom 320 309 268 280 295
India 96 96 96 134 139
Taiwan 72 73 71 70 124
France 114 97 100 120 103
Japan 360 384 91 73 88
Germany 86 83 77 76 86
Singapore 74 61 62 71 54
United Arab Emirates 16 48 52 55 43
Italy 31 42 37 46 42
Thailand 18 26 12 17 37
Armenia 48 68 38 31 37
Ghana 29 31 41 36 31
Israel 32 38 29 37 29
Spain 13 13 18 24 23

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