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How many times can you take the LSAT?

LSAC began imposing maximum testing limits with the September 2019 LSAT administration.

These limits do not apply retroactively, so tests taken before September 2019 do not count toward these limits. Due to the global pandemic, LSAT-Flex tests taken from April through August 2020 also do not count toward these limits. 

Note that if you have received a perfect score (a 180) on the LSAT in the past five years, you cannot retake the LSAT.

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