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Can law schools see if you withdraw from the LSAT?

Law schools will not see if you withdraw online from the LSAT prior to the official administration. Law schools will, however, see if you cancel a score after you take the test—unless it is canceled via the Score Preview feature for first-time test takers. Therefore, we recommend that you take the official test only when you feel comfortable with the content and pacing and sufficiently prepared to achieve your best result.

Note that if you withdraw within a certain time frame (usually about a month in advance of the test), you will receive a partial refund. After the withdrawal deadline, you will not get any refund. Within a certain time frame (usually about five weeks in advance of the test), you can also change your test date for a fee.

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