LSAT Changes and What You Need to Know

Thursday 6/29/2017

​Like many prospective students, you may have the LSAT on the brain. Recently, LSAC announced some changes regarding the frequency of when students can take the test. LSAC has announced, “that starting with the September 2017 LSAT, there will no longer be any limitations on the number of times a test take can take the LSAT in a two-year period. LSAC has revised this policy as part of its planning for additional administrations of the LSAT. We will provide more information on the LSAT schedule in the coming weeks”. Additionally, LSAC has announced more test dates for the 2018-2019 year. 

If you're one of the prospective law students with a future LSAT pending, we wanted to share LSAT tips and recommendations on where to begin. Tatum Wheeler, from Ms.JD.org, dished on her LSAT go-to’s and shared advice (spoiler alert: there are FREE online LSAT prep tools). The full article can be found here. If you’re still feeling lost and unsure when to begin studying for the LSAT, review her recommendations/time line here.

As a reminder, if you are considering Syracuse Law, we accept applications until July 1st to account for the June LSAT. If you are interested in applying, click here or contact our office for additional information. 

Best of luck as you begin LSAT prep!