Sunday is the Last Day to Cancel Your June LSAT Score
- Jun 15, 2013
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How’s the weekend going? Good? Good.
If you took the June LSAT, that might not be the case. Every day you have to wait for your LSAT score, the stress compounds. At some point, it’s fair to ask yourself, “Should I cancel my June LSAT score?”
It’s a hard question to answer (and one we’ve tackled for previous LSATs), but it won’t do you any good to try and cancel after tomorrow. That’s because Sunday marks the end of the six day deadline to cancel your June LSAT score.
Whatever your decision, this is your friendly reminder that you have until midnight EST to cancel your June LSAT score. So if you’re going to do it, do it now. But if you still need some convincing, here’s Blueprint LSAT Prep co-founder Matt Riley with his thoughts:
Have a good rest of the weekend, y’all. Make sure to wish your dad a happy Father’s Day.
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