Scheduling Your Exam Time

If you prefer to take the LSAT at a test center, you will use Prometric’s ProScheduler tool to schedule your testing time and select the test center at which you plan to test.

Typically, scheduling for each LSAT administration opens 37 days prior to the first testing date. However, the exact scheduling start date for some administrations varies. You can find out when scheduling will open for each test by clicking the administration name at Upcoming LSAT Dates.

Here’s an example: Let’s say you plan to take the September administration of the LSAT at a test center. The first day of the September administration is Friday, September 8, and scheduling for this test will open on Wednesday, August 2.

Once scheduling opens, you’ll use the eligibility number that LSAC will send you to access Prometric’s ProScheduler tool opens in new window. Using this tool, you can select the testing center of your choice, as well as your date and time preference. You will have 7 days to schedule your test. For the September test, you would need to schedule to test in a testing center by Wednesday, August 9.

If you change your mind about taking the LSAT at a test center, or you are unable to meet the scheduling deadline, you will need to schedule a remote testing session by using ProScheduler. You will have until 3 days before testing begins to schedule a remote testing session — so in this example, you would have until Tuesday, September 5.

The scheduling process will be the same for all the administrations in the 2023-2024 testing year. We have already published all the primary testing dates until June 2024, so you can start planning your test.

International Test Takers

One big change coming for the 2023-2024 testing year is that international students will now test on Saturdays instead of the Tuesday after testing starts. This change will apply to both in-person testing at testing centers and to the online, live remotely proctored LSAT. The procedure for test center scheduling described above will apply to international test takers who choose the in-person testing option. However, because testing begins on a Saturday, scheduling will typically open 38 days prior to the first international testing date.

Dates and deadlines for each upcoming LSAT can be found at Upcoming LSAT Dates. Select the International tab for information on administrations that are being administered internationally.