You should plan to register and pay for the LSAT two to three months before your desired test date. While registration deadlines may only precede the test date by five or six weeks, registering early allows you a better chance of obtaining a seat in your preferred test center. Plan to register even earlier if you are requesting a fee waiver or accommodated testing. Refer to www.lsac.org for LSAT dates and deadlines (which are different every year) as well as LSAT fees (which change periodically). You do not need to register for CAS when you register for the LSAT.
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Last Updated: 10/28/09