You may request a score audit after you have received your LSAT or LSAT-Flex score. If the score audit results in a score that is different from the original score — higher or lower — the result will be emailed to you and and will be reflected in the CAS reports that are transmitted to the law schools to which you apply. The score audit process can take up to two weeks, and during that period, no reports will be sent to law schools.
Requests to audit your exam responses and score must be received no later than 10 days after your score release date. Your request should be emailed to ScoreAudit@LSAC.org and must include the following:
- The reason for your request
- Your name and LSAC account number
- Your authorization to allow LSAC to charge the Score Audit fee of $125 to your credit card (or $62.50 if you’d been preapproved for a fee waiver which is noted on your LSAC account)
- The account number and expiration date of your credit card
Refunds of the Score Audit fee will only be issued for audits that result in a score that is higher than the original score. Only one score audit is allowed per test.