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2plus2muchMath wrote:What time does the June Lsat start? I've heard that it is not the abysmal 7AM or whatever that the Oct., Dec., Feb.s are.
As far as test timing, it is three sections (35 min each), 15 min break, two sections, corrrect?
It is an afternoon test. Usually, the test starts at 1PM. The testing center normally wants testers at the site 30 mins. before the exam.
The test conditions are the same. For more information try: http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates-us-june11.asp
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If you're not a morning person, this can make a HUGE difference. Your LSAT score really fluctuates a lot depending on how you're feeling, and people will plummet from their PT averages if they're super tired or stressed or something. So if having to be reporting for a test before 9AM sounds like a special kind of hell, then that's a pretty significant reason to be considering June over other administrations. You can always acclimate yourself to mornings if you have to, but why not stack the deck in your favor?