Before your current LSAT administration’s Test Date Change deadline has passed, you may request to take the LSAT on a different date within the current testing year. LSAT testing years run from June 1 through May 31. If you are registered for the final exam of a testing year (e.g., the April 2020 LSAT) and the exam’s Test Date Change deadline has not yet passed, you may change your test date to the first exam of the following testing year.
If your administration’s Test Date Change deadline has passed, you may withdraw your registration instead.
Changing Your Test Date
To change your test date, submit your request and the Test Date Change fee in one of three ways:
Through Your LSAC.org Account
Log in to your LSAC.org account to choose an available test center in real time. This is the easiest and quickest way to change your test date.
Send a signed and completed LSAT Test Date Change Form (PDF), along with either a check, money order, or your credit card information, to
PO BOX 2000-T
Newtown PA 18940-0979
Sign and complete an LSAT Test Date Change Form (PDF). Be sure to include your credit card information.
Fax your request to 215.968.1277.