How often is the LSAT offered 2021?

How often is the LSAT offered 2021?

How Often is the LSAT Offered? For 2021, the LSAT is offered in January, February, April, June, August, October, and November for a total of 7 test date options.

How often is the LSAT offered 2022?

nine times per year
In 2022, the LSAT will be administered nine times per year: January, February, March, April, June, July, September, October, and November (full calendar below).

When should I take the LSAT 2021?

If you are still in college and plan to go to law school right after graduation, you should take the LSAT in the summer after your junior year or the fall of your senior year. For the balance of 2021, the test will be offered in June, August, October, and November—the full list of dates for 2021-22 is here.

How long does the LSAT take 2021?

approximately 3 hours
The LSAT is composed of four 35-minute test sections. There is a 10-minute intermission between the second and third sections. The test takes approximately 3 hours for standard test takers.

When should I take the LSAT for fall 2021?

We recommend that you submit your applications between late September and early November. Typically, students applying for regular fall admission take the test during June or September/October of the previous calendar year.

How many months should I study for the LSAT?

For most students, a three-month period of preparation (of approximately 20 hours per week) is a great goal. This is, of course, an estimate; most students are not all students. To find out how much LSAT prep time you’re likely to need, we recommend taking a practice LSAT to get a baseline score.

What month is the easiest LSAT?

You’ll look at my LSAT PrepTest Raw Score Conversion Charts and calculations of what it takes to get an LSAT score of 160 or 170. Using that data, you’ll find that the December exam consistently has the easiest “curve,” and the June exam consistently has the hardest.

What year of college should I take the LSAT?

Junior year
Plan on taking the LSAT no later than the Summer of your Junior year or Fall of senior year, one year prior to your expected entry into law school. A Summer test is preferable because you will receive the results early enough to be in the first wave of applicants.