If you are unable or no longer wish to take the LSAT for which you have registered, you may withdraw your registration in one of three ways:
- Request a Test Date Change (for a fee) by the administration’s test date change deadline.
- Request an LSAT Registration Refund (partial only) by the administration's refund request deadline.
- After the Test Date Change and LSAT Registration Refund deadlines have passed, you will be able to withdraw your LSAT registration on the LSAT Status page of your LSAC.org account. This option will be available until 11:59 p.m. (ET) the night before the test. If you withdraw your LSAT registration during this period, you will not receive any refund. If you register for another test date, you will be required to pay the full LSAT registration fee.
If you fail to withdraw your LSAT registration, a designation of “Absent” will appear on your score report when it is sent to the law school(s) to which you apply. (Note: This designation is not considered a score of zero, nor will it be factored into any reportable scores that may already be on file.)