If you're planning to study law in the US, then LSAT is the exam for you.The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is taken for admission to law school in the United States, Canada, and many other countries. It measure the reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools use as one of the several factors in assessing aspirant. It is a half-day test that can be taken 4 times a year at specific centers. Examination in June:
In the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and some other countries, the LSAT is administered on a Saturday, except in June, when it is generally administered on a Monday. Taking the test
:Many law schools ask that the LSAT should be taken by December for admission the in the following fall. However, it is advised to take the test earlier in June or September.Saturday Sabbath observers:
LSAC policy states that once you take the test on a Saturday Sabbath observers test date, you will not be permitted in future to register for a regular (Saturday) LSAT administration.Eligibility:
- The test is also administered on a weekday following the Saturday test administrations.
- You can take the LSAT on weekdays, usually Monday, or during June .
- You can register online, but will be placed on hold and no admission ticket will be issued until LSAC receives a written letter on official stationery from your rabbi.The letter must be received before the test date deadline. Letters may be mailed to:
LSAC -Test Administration
PO BOX 2000-T
New town PA 18940
Fax: to 215.968.1277
As such there is no eligibility criteria for LSAT. Anyone who completes the registration process and pays fees completely and timely can appear for LSAT.