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LSAT Test Dates in Canada (2014-2015)


Test Dates
(2014-2015)
Day of Week Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
June 9, 2014
Monday
May 6, 2014
May 16, 2014
September 27/29, 2014
Sat/Mon
August 26, 2014
September 5, 2014
December 6/8, 2014
Sat/Mon
November 4, 2014
November 14, 2014
February 7/9, 2015
Sat/Mon
January 7, 2015
January 16, 2015


LSAT Test Dates in Canada (2015-2016)


Test Dates
(2015-2016)
Day of Week Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
June 8, 2015
Monday
TBA
TBA
October 3, 2015
Saturday
TBA
TBA
December 5, 2015
Saturday
TBA
TBA
February 13, 2016
Saturday
TBA
TBA


LSAT Test Locations

Find a list of test locations in Canada here.



LSAT Fees

LSAT: $165
Late Registration: $165 + $70
Test centre change: $165 + $36
Test date change: $165 + $83



LSAT FAQ


How do I register for the LSAT?

The most convenient way is to register online at LSAC.org.



When is the best time to take the LSAT?

It is best to take the LSAT as early as possible before law school application deadlines because you might have to retake the exam, and the final test date that many schools will accept for fall admissions is the prior year's December test date.



Where can I write the LSAT?

In countries around the world, one can find established test centres in schools, educational centres, embassies, and other institutions. However, not every centre offers the LSAT on all testing dates, and spaces are limited, so it is best to apply early. Click here for a list of all the established test centres in Canada.



What if I cannot reach any of the LSAC test centres?

If you cannot travel to a listed, established test centre and you live more than 100 miles away from the closest centre, you may contact LSAC to ask to establish a non-published test centre.



I've missed the registration deadline for the exam. Can I still register for the test?

No. The LSAT does not offer walk-in registration on the day of the test.



Can I reschedule my LSAT test date?

Yes. You may change your test date up to about a month before the originally scheduled date (check the LSAC website for the exact deadline). However, there is an approximately $70 charge for changing the test date.



Is it a good idea to retake the test?

You should take the test again if you are confident that your performance on the test did not meet your full potential. However, keep in mind that there is a possibility that your second score might be lower than your first score, which would lower your chances of admission into law schools as many schools consider your average score rather than your highest score, and all schools have access to your full testing record.



What should I bring on the day of the test?

The following are the only items permitted: LSAT admission ticket, valid ID, keys, wallet, non-digital watch, medical or hygiene products, #2 or HB wooden pencils, pencil sharpener, highlighter, eraser, tissues, snack (for the break only), beverage (in juice box or plastic container, 591 mL maximum). These must be placed into a transparent Ziploc bag, no larger than 3.79 liter (one gallon). For security reasons, you may not carry any electronic items with you, including cell phones and digital watches. Carrying an electronic item is grounds for disqualification.

 

How can Ivy Global help me?

Ivy Global offers full comprehensive LSAT courses and LSAT tutoring.

You can also download our free Law School Guide (PDF)

 

Where do you offer classes?

We offer LSAT prep courses in the following cities:
Calgary | Kingston | Kitchener | Toronto

 

 
 
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