Starting this September, LSAC will impose limits on how many times you can take the LSAT in a year, in five years, and over a lifetime
June 17, 2019
- Students will be able to take the LSAT no more than three times in a single testing year.
- Students will be able to take the LSAT no more than five times in the current and past five testing years.
- Students will be able to take the LSAT no more than seven times over a lifetime.
LSAC defines a testing year as June 1 through May 31. These limits will not be applied retroactively, so tests taken before September 2019 will not apply to these limits.
Additionally, LSAC will not allow anyone who has scored a 180 within the current and past five testing years to retake the test, even if they achieved this score before September 2019.