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How Many Times Can You Take the LSAT?

If you’re considering an LSAT retake, we’ve recently posted a number of topics to help you navigate the pros and cons of retaking, and whether taking the LSAT for a second time will be to your advantage. Before you get into the decision-making, though, let’s check out some of the basics of LSAT retakes. First, how many times can you take the LSAT?

LSAC’s official limit on LSAT retakes

While it is true that historically LSAC didn’t allow you to retest more than three times, things have changed. Starting with the September 2017 LSAT, there will no longer be limits on the number of times you can take the exam.

Should I retake the LSAT?

Count on getting the LSAT right the first time. That means studying properly for it and committing the time it will take to perform well. While you’re allowed to take the LSAT as many times as you like, doing so will cost you unnecessary time and money. Further, law school admissions officers want to see you be successful on this test on round 1! Want to make sure you’re sufficiently prepared for the LSAT? Check out our post here.

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