If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

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boblawlob
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If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

Postby boblawlob » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:12 pm

Can you change the test date to Feb 2012 and then in Jan switch to the June 2012 test date?

Or can you only do 1 test date change?

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naillsat
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Re: If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

Postby naillsat » Fri Nov 11, 2011 3:57 am

i just changed to Feb, and really want to get this done soon. June would be too long a stretch, and i am not elastic enough.

d0rklord
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Re: If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

Postby d0rklord » Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:40 pm

Wouldn't it cost about the same to cancel and just re-register for June?

penguinbrah
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Re: If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

Postby penguinbrah » Sun Nov 13, 2011 3:40 am

you can't just cancel it and switch it directly to june 2012?

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Jeffort
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Re: If you are registered for the December LSAT & want to change

Postby Jeffort » Sun Nov 13, 2011 12:50 pm

Read it from the source:

http://www.lsac.org/JD/LSAT/test-dates-us-dec11.asp

Today Sunday November 13th 2011 by 11:59 pm ET is the deadline to change a December test registration to a later administration and the fee is $68. Changing your test day registration twice will cost you $136. Registering for the test again if you simply withdraw your registration costs $139.

http://www.lsac.org/JD/LSAT/lsat-fees.asp

The deadline to cancel a December 2011 LSAT registration and get a partial refund of the registration fee was Friday November 11th. You can withdraw your registration anytime up until 11:59pm ET the day before the test and nothing will appear on the CAS report that law schools receive with applications but you forfeit the registration fee and then have to register and pay the fee again to take it later if you go with that option.



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