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. Beginning with the 2021-2022 testing year, LSAT testing years will run from July through June.
You can request a test date change through the LSAT Status page of your LSAC online account.
Policy for 2022-2023 LSAT Administrations
Through your administration’s registration deadline, you will have the option to request a test date change free of charge.
Up to 10 days after your administration’s registration deadline, you can request a test date change for $135.
Eleven (11) days after your administration’s registration deadline through the day before testing begins, you can request a test date change for $215. The deadline to make your request is 11:59 p.m. (ET) on the night before the first day of testing for your LSAT administration.
Please review the deadlines listed for each administration for exact dates.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I’m registered for the final exam in a testing year?
If you’re registered for the final exam of a testing year (e.g., the June 2022 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. The first exam of the 2022-2023 testing year will be administered in August.
If registration for the first exam of the following testing year is not yet available, you can request a coupon, which you will be able to use once registration opens. This coupon will only be good for the first test of the following testing year.
My administration’s Test Date Change deadline has passed. What should I do?
Please withdraw your registration through the LSAT Status page of your LSAC online account by 11:59 p.m. (ET), the day before you are scheduled to test. Withdrawing your registration will prevent an absentee notation from appearing on your LSAC file. (Please note: You will not receive a refund. If you register for another test date, you will be required to pay the full LSAT registration fee.)
If you did not schedule a testing time through ProctorU by your administration’s scheduling deadline, your registration will be automatically withdrawn, without a refund.