After you have graduated with your bachelor's degree, you should schedule to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This standardized test, which takes about a half day to complete, is offered four times per year (June, October, December and February) across the United States on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Both Regular Administration Saturday exams and Saturday Sabbath exam dates and times are offered. Choose your state from the map below for LSAT administration information and locations nearest you.
District of Columbia
Apply to take the LSAT online. The exam cost of $160 may be paid online to the LSAC at the time of application. You will receive your LSAT score by email approximately three weeks after taking the exam. You may take the LSAT a maximum of three times in two years.
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