Yes, you can move your LSAT administration to another test date within the testing year (defined as July 1 through June 30) free of charge through your administration’s registration deadline. Up to 10 days after the deadline, you can request a date change for a $135 fee, and up to 11 days after the deadline through the day before testing, you can request a date change for a $222 fee. You can withdraw online from a test date up to the day before the test. If you withdraw prior to the withdrawal refund deadline (usually about a month in advance of the test), you will receive a $50 refund from LSAC.
If you do not expect to perform your best on the official test, feel free to change your test date. If you take the test and cancel the score later, you will not be able to see your score; moreover, law schools will be able to see that you canceled your score. Most law schools will ignore the first cancellation, but all schools will expect or require an explanation for two or more canceled scores.
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