Testing Calendar for 2022–2023
Please visit https://www.lsac.org/lsat/lsat-dates-deadlines-score-release-dates for upcoming LSAT-Flex dates.
Basic Fees: $215
For a complete pricing list, visit the registration page online.
Remember to bring your admission ticket to the test center. Refer to the LSAT Admission Ticket for the exact reporting address, reporting date, reporting time, test center instructions, and test center procedures. At the test center, be sure to sign your ticket and carefully read all information provided on the front and reverse sides. You may only use your ticket for the test date printed on it.
You must take to the test center one current valid (NOT EXPIRED) government-issued ID containing a recent and recognizable photo and signature. Your first and last name on your ID must match exactly the name on your LSAT Admission Ticket. No one will be admitted into the test room without acceptable identification. If you have ID questions, you must contact LSAC (LSACINFO@LSAC.org or call 215-968-1001), allowing sufficient time to resolve ID issues well in advance of the test day.
Acceptable forms of identification
- Passport with photo and signature
- Driver’s license with photo and signature
- State ID used by motor vehicle agency with photo and signature
Unacceptable forms of identification
- Social Security card
- Social Insurance card
- Passport cards
- birth certificate
- credit card (including those with photo)
- expired ID
- photocopied ID
- employee ID
- Government-issued employment ID
Items Prohibited at the Test Center
Test takers using or being in possession of an electronic device will be immediately dismissed from the test.
- electronic devices of any kind
- electronic timers of any kind
- beeping watches
- alarm watches
- calculator watches
- cellular phones
- pay phones
- personal digital assistants (PDAs)
- personal computers
- photographic or recording devices
- listening devices
- headsets, iPods, or other media players
- papers of any kind
- slide rules
- mechanical pencils
- weapons or firearms
- timers of any kind (except analog wristwatches)
Prohibited items may not be used during the break.
Items allowed on the Desktop
Test takers may only have tissues, ID, wooden pencils, erasers, a pencil sharpener, highlighter, and analog (non-digital) wristwatch. No electronic timing devices are permitted. No timers of any kind except analog wristwatches.
Items Allowed in the Test Room
You may bring into the test room only a clear plastic ziplock bag, maximum size one gallon (3.79 liters), which must be stored under your chair and may be accessed only during the break. ALL items must fit in the bag such that the bag can be sealed. The ziplock bag may contain only the following items:
- LSAT Admission Ticket stub
- valid ID
- (non-digital) analog wristwatch
- medical or feminine hygiene products
- #2 or HBs
- pencil sharpener (no mechanical pencils)
- beverage in plastic container or juice box (20oz./591 ml maximum size)
- snack for break only
Individuals needing information regarding accommodated testing for the LSAT may contact LSAC. You must contact LSAC well in advance of test day if you need testing accommodations; there are absolutely no provisions for emergency accommodations.
- Online: www.LSAC.org
- Email: accom@LSAC.org
- Phone: 215-968-1001
- Fax: 215-504-1420
- US Mail Address
LSAC Accommodated Testing
Newtown, PA 18940-8512
- Courier Address
LSAC Accommodated Testing
622 Penn Street
Newtown, PA 18940-0995
You can pick up a LSAT information bulletin by visiting Dr. Cindy Pressley in Room 110, Liberal Arts North, or call (936) 468-2424 for more information.
You are not allowed to access food, drinks, gum, candy, and all tobacco products in the testing room.
Visit https://www.lsac.org/lsat/taking-lsat for more information about taking the LSAT.