Please note: All fees are listed in U.S. dollars.
Basic Fees (Testing Year 2021-2022)
|LSAT (includes LSAT Writing)||$200|
|Credential Assembly Service (CAS)||$195|
|Law School Report||$45|
Auxiliary LSAT Fees
- The following fees are charged in addition to the Basic Fees.
- Please review the deadlines listed for each administration for exact dates.
|LSAT Score Preview (only available to first-time test takers)||
If you sign up prior to the first day of testing for a given test administration: $45
If you sign up during a specified period after testing concludes: $75
|Official Candidate LSAT Score Report (includes nonreportable LSAT scores)||$50|
|Score Audit||$125 (or $62.50 if you have been pre-approved for a fee waiver)|
|Test Date Change||Through your test administration’s registration deadline: No charge|
|Up to 10 days after your test administration’s registration deadline: $125|
|11 days after your test administration’s registration deadline through the day before testing begins: $200|
Forms of Payments
For online registrants, LSAC accepts the following:
- VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit cards (account will be charged in U.S. dollars)
- LSAC fee waiver
All fees are charged in U.S. dollars. If you live outside of the United States, your country’s taxes and exchange rate may affect the fee.
Please see the JD Refunds Policy to learn how to request a refund for your LSAT or Credential Assembly Service registration.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I’ve already taken the LSAT and want to take it again, what would it cost?
The cost of the LSAT is the same for both first-time and repeat test takers. For the August 2021-June 2022 testing years, LSAT registration costs $200.
If I choose to retake the LSAT, would I get to take LSAT Writing again for free?
If you have already completed an LSAT writing sample, you do not need to complete LSAT Writing again. However, if you would like to retake LSAT Writing as well, please contact LSAC’s Candidate Services team at LSACinfo@LSAC.org or 215.968.1001.
For your LSAT to be considered complete, you only need one writing sample on file — either from an earlier paper-and-pencil administration of the LSAT or from LSAT Writing. Beginning August 2020, you must have a completed writing sample on file in order to see your score or have your score released to law schools.
Can I still purchase a CAS/LSAT package?
During the 2019-2020 testing year, LSAC provided the option to purchase an LSAT registration, use of LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service, and a set number of Law School Reports together as a bundle for a small discount. Due to limited interest, these package options have been discontinued.
Can I purchase LSAT Writing as a standalone?
No, we are no longer offering standalone LSAT Writing. For questions, please contact LSAC’s Candidate Services team at LSACinfo@LSAC.org or 215.968.1001.