Beat Today’s June LSAT Early Registration Deadline
- May 08, 2013
If you’re planning to take the June LSAT but you haven’t registered for it yet, stop reading and go register through LSAC right now. Anyone who registers for the June LSAT after 11:59 p.m. will have to pay a $69 late fee. That’s like letting LSAC steal 260 chicken nuggets from you.
For the June LSAT Fence-Sitters
Not sure you want to take the June LSAT? Well, here are some things you have to think about:
First, the June LSAT is the only test administration offered at 12:30 p.m., the rest are offered at 8:30 a.m. So, if you’re not a morning person the June LSAT is for you.
Second, getting the LSAT out of the way by June will give you plenty of time to focus on getting some awesome recommendation letters and putting together a sweet personal statement. You can do a lot of sucking up and editing in the time before law school applications are due.
Third, if you’re worried that your first or second practice LSAT scores aren’t good enough, you should stop worrying. Your first two LSAT practice tests are not representative of your best LSAT score. If you’ve been diligently preparing for the LSAT for the last month or so, then you should register for the June LSAT.
However, if you haven’t started studying yet, the June LSAT is probably not for you.
Other Items For Your Calendar
Your last chance to register for the June LSAT is May 17. This is also your last chance to get a partial refund.
You have until May 19 to change your June LSAT test center location, but it’ll cost an extra $35. You should check out our LSAT blog guide to Blueprint Prep-area LSAT test centers for info on your location. Basically, you want a big desk and a quiet environment.
May 26 will be your last day to change your LSAT test date, but that’s another $80.
Finally, registering for the June LSAT doesn’t mean you have to take it. You would still have until 11:59 p.m. on June 9 – that’s the night before the June LSAT – to withdraw your registration.
Good luck with your LSAT prep, and please – in the name of all that is sacred – memorize your Logical Reasoning flaws! If you do, I might share some of my chicken nuggets with you.
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