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Re: Postponing LSAT

Postby BasilHallward » Mon May 11, 2015 12:08 am

theugg wrote:Such a noob question, but does a postponement of the LSAT to the next round show up on any records that go to any schools? And if so, would such a notice have any negative impact? I'd love to hear from anyone with experience with this.


Do you mean a withdrawal from an LSAT??? As long as you withdrawal 24 hours before the test, I believe that you have no worries. You will not get a refund, however. A postponement is whatever you want it to be. If you are currently registered for an LSAT, there are three options that you have:

(1) Take the test and wait for your score.
(2) Take the test and cancel your score. (schools will see this cancellation, but it doesn't hurt you in the grand scheme)
(3) Withdrawal from the test at least 24 hours beforehand. (you only lose the cash that you laid down initially)

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Re: Postponing LSAT

Postby Jeffort » Mon May 11, 2015 3:35 am

theugg wrote:Such a noob question, but does a postponement of the LSAT to the next round show up on any records that go to any schools? And if so, would such a notice have any negative impact? I'd love to hear from anyone with experience with this.


No, paying the fee and postponing the test date you're registered for or otherwise just withdrawing your registration before test day do not show up on any records law schools you apply to receive.

As of today, if you're registered for the June LSAT you have more than the three options BasilHallward described above. You still have time to change test date for a fee or withdraw with a partial refund.

Once the deadline for changing your registered test date has passed, then you're stuck with those three options. As long as you change your test date by the deadline (May 22nd for the June LSAT) or withdraw your registration before midnight the day before the test, nothing shows up on your CAS LSAT report law schools receive. You also have two days until the withdraw and get a partial refund deadline, May 13th. (for USA, Canada & the Caribbean)

http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates- ... anada-june




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