Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) results are normally required for first-year admission purposes. Some law schools require that the LSAT test be written by specific dates.
Applicants must enter their Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Account Number in the box provided in order for OLSAS to retrieve their LSAT results. This nine‑digit identification number begins with an uppercase “L” followed by eight numerals, and is assigned by LSAC. Applicants who do not have this number at the time of application should submit this information using SAM.
Applicants should enter their most recent LSAT score and/or the date on which they plan to write the LSAT. Applicants should inform OLSAS, using SAM, if these dates should change.
Registration materials may be obtained at:
Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
662 Penn Street
Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA 18940
LSAT scores will be requested from LSAC after applications have been received by OLSAS. As LSAC will provide LSAT reports to OLSAS only if an applicant is a “current registrant”, it is essential for applicants to determine the status of their registration with LSAC. Applicants should refer to the LSAC website for further information.
Additional LSAT Information
The LSAT registration fee includes up to five years of score reporting to law schools that request an applicant’s report. Applicants whose files with LSAC have expired must contact LSAC directly to arrange for the file to be reactivated. It is not necessary that the LSAT be written prior to applying to OLSAS. Applicants should see the Law School Requirements chart for further details.
Please note: OLSAS does not normally begin processing applications until late October. OLSAS cannot assume responsibility for fees payable to LSAC in the event that an applicant’s registration with the service expires before the OUAC processes the file.