When Should You Take the LSAT

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There have been a number of postings this week about when to take the LSAT. We talk about this at length in The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert.

The last day to change your test date for the June 2011 LSAT is May 13th. If you’re not close to where you need to be by this date, then put the test off into October. October is not too late – even for schools where you might apply Early Decision or under Early Notification programs. ¬†You will have your October LSAT scores by October 26th, which is plenty of time to fire off applications with early deadlines of November 1 and November 15th.

Here are some posts about application timelines:

Which LSAT to take?
http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/which-lsat-should-i-take/

Application process per Power Score
http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/how-does-the-law-school-admissions-process-work/

Lawschoolexpert timeline:
http://www.lawschoolexpert.com/blog/application-timeline/get-your-act-together/
http://www.lawschoolexpert.com/blog/application-timeline/5-things-fall-2009-applicants-can-do-right-now/

Podcasts:
http://www.insidersecrets.com/getting-into-law-school/
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ann-levine/2010/06/17/the-law-school-application-timeline-getting-started

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