Law School Admission Test, popularly known as LSAT, is a standardized paper- based test conducted for assessing candidates’ skills in reading and verbal reasoning. It is held four times a year under the administration of Law School Admission Council (LSAC). All the American Bar Association (ABA) approved law schools, Canadian Law schools and other law schools accept the candidates’ LSAT scores. Explore the article to get details about the fee structure of Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Fees for Law School Admission Test
The basic fee for LSAT test is US$136 (in US dollars only). Those candidates, who want to pay through Canadian dollars, have to pay $141. The fee for late registration, test center change, hand scoring, test date change, former registrant score report, non-published test centers, returned check charges etc, varies from country to country. The candidates can make payment in the following forms only:
- Cheque and money orders (payable to the LSAC).
- Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit cards).
- No cash or foreign currency accepted as fee for LSAT.
The candidates can request only for partial refund from the already given fees. Refund policies are applicable on every aspect of registration with no exception. The refund will take almost six weeks to process. In order to request partial LSAT refund, you have to complete Refund Request Form or send a written request, along with your name, address, LSAC account number, social security or social insurance number and the test date, to the following address: