It’s Not Too Late to Take the LSAT in December

It’s not too late to consider retaking the LSAT in December. Recently, on, I shared three reasons why you might consider retaking the LSAT in December. It’s December 7th, which is just around the corner, and the late registration date (online or by phone) is November 15th. Hopefully reading this article will help you make a decision quickly. The last day to withdraw (with no refund) from the test date is December 6th. See for official information.

4 thoughts on “It’s Not Too Late to Take the LSAT in December

  1. Confused on said:

    Hi Ann,

    I was deferred at Georgetown with a 166 and 3.4 GPA. I am worried that my GPA may go down this semester, should I still send my transcript? It will probably only make me look weaker. Also, I am participating in many leadership roles next semester that I was not participating in when I submitted my application, will that help?

    Thank you so much for your help.

    • Ann Levine on said:

      I assume you applied ED at GULC, and they deferred you to the regular admission cycle.
      Updating your application (and keeping your grades up, if possible) is important, as it is for every school where you have applied.

  2. Finance Guy on said:

    Can I get into law schools next fall if I take a December LSAT? Not giving myself much time to prep, but I understand the exam to be highly correlated to your SAT and IQ. I’m ok with that percentile.

    • Ann Levine on said:

      December LSAT iS FINE, FinanceGuy. Really. I totally promise. You MUST prep. MUST prep. Big mistake not to prep. Your LSAT score is not predetermined.

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