Does cancelling the LSAT count as taking it?

MissJenna
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Does cancelling the LSAT count as taking it?

Postby MissJenna » Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:46 pm

I'm assuming yes but I just want to make sure. I took the Dec LSAT and cancelled it so that does count as 1 attempt, right?

And is the rule still the same where you can take this exam 3x in 2 years?


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scottyc66
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Re: Does cancelling the LSAT count as taking it?

Postby scottyc66 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:49 pm

MissJenna wrote:I'm assuming yes but I just want to make sure. I took the Dec LSAT and cancelled it so that does count as 1 attempt, right?

And is the rule still the same where you can take this exam 3x in 2 years?


TIA!

Yes to all of the above

MissJenna
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Re: Does cancelling the LSAT count as taking it?

Postby MissJenna » Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:52 pm

scottyc66 wrote:
MissJenna wrote:I'm assuming yes but I just want to make sure. I took the Dec LSAT and cancelled it so that does count as 1 attempt, right?

And is the rule still the same where you can take this exam 3x in 2 years?


TIA!

Yes to all of the above



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Malakai
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Re: Does cancelling the LSAT count as taking it?

Postby Malakai » Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:28 pm

Yes. Counts as 1 try in the 2 yr limit.




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