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How many times can I take the LSAT?

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You may take the LSAT more than once, but no more than three times in two years (including tests for which the score is cancelled). All LSAT scores will be reported. Note: law schools are required to report the highest LSAT score of each matriculating student; while this American Bar Association reporting requirement does not dictate how law schools evaluate multiple scores, it may give them more flexibility in making admission decisions.

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