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Introducing the LSAT

Introducing the LSAT

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- LSAT logic games
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- LSAT reading comprehension
- LSAT test dates
- LSAT test preparation

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Introducing The LSAT – An Information Primer John Richardson, B.A., LL.B., J.D.
This is a short compilation of the most common questions and concerns “LawSchool Bound” students have about the LSAT and its role in the admissionsprocess. It will also provide you with information about LSAT Preparation books,courses, seminars, tutoring and workshops in Toronto, Ontario, the rest of Canada and the U.S.In addition to the information here please you will find information on our four sites affiliated with the Richardson Prep Centre:
Facebook Groups:
Outline Of Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Organized ByCategory:
 
A. The letters LSAT stand for “Law School Admission Test.” The test is requiredand is part of the admissions process for almost every law school in NorthAmerica. The LSAT is the same in both Canada and the United States.
Q. Who administers the LSAT?
A. The LSAT is developed and administered by a company called “Law Services”based in Newtown, PA. They may be found at:http://www.lsac.org(215) 968-1001A free sample LSAT is available for download.
Q. What kind of LSAT score is required for admission to law school?
A. Although the LSAT is very important, it is only one part of your application file.(For applicants in the regular applicant category, your grades will be moreimportant than your LSAT score.) There is no established passing or failing LSATscore and each school is free to decide what score will satisfy its admissionrequirements. For example, there is at least one school that treats the LSAT as
 
fifteen percent of the decision and there is another where the LSAT counts for almost fifty percent of the decision.
2. How Do I Register For The LSAT And Why Should I Take The LSAT Early?Q. How do I register for the LSAT?
A. Complete information about the LSAT and registration may be found at:http://www.lsac.orgThe best way to register is online. There are deadlines for registration and sincethe most popular test centers (for example Toronto) fill up quickly, you shouldregister as early as possible.
Q. How many times may I take the LSAT and is there a fee?
A. There is a fee. Under the current rules you are permitted to take the LSAT onlythree times in any two year period.
Q. When may I take the LSAT?
A. At present the LSAT is available to be taken 4 times a year – usually in June,October, December and February.
Q. Is there a date by which I am required to take the LSAT?
A. Different schools may have different admissions policies and procedures. Youshould research these deadlines on a school by school basis.
Q. When would it be advisable to take the LSAT?
A. The deadline for the application to Ontario law schools is Nov. 1. There is noreason to delay until that time. We recommend that you take the LSAT whenthere is the least conflict with other academic commitments.
Q. Would you recommend taking the LSAT in June?
A. In a perfect world, June is the perfect time for the LSAT. Most students arefinished school in May making May a perfect time to prepare. Should you need totake the LSAT again – October is the perfect second time. If you cannot take theLSAT in June, we strongly recommend that you take the LSAT in October.
3. About The LSAT – Exact Upcoming Test Dates
What follows are test dates for 2009 – 2010 
Monday June 8, 2009Saturday September 26, 2009Saturday December 5, 2009Saturday February 6, 2010

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