Taking the March LSAT? Here’s What You Need to Know.

Before we get into the details of the March LSAT, here is one bit of information you definitely need to have handy: the March 2022 LSAT will be the March remote LSAT. In fact, all LSATs through June 2022 will be given remotely! So what does this mean for you?

Let’s take a look at all the important dates you need to know for the March 2022 LSAT, along with our top tips for preparing for this test.

COVID-19 and the Remote LSAT

As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, LSAC put the LSAT-Flex, a remote, online exam, into place in 2020. In 2021, this shifted to become the remote LSAT. They’ve since announced that they’ll be giving all exams through June 2022 in this format, so if you need to take the LSAT in 2021 or early 2022, it’s your only bet. However, practicing in an online format can help you get familiar and comfortable with the remote nature of the exam!

March LSAT Dates

The March remote LSAT will be held the week of March 12, 2022. LSAC hasn’t yet given out specific dates; check back for more scheduling details as they become available!

March 2022 Remote LSAT Deadlines

  • Wednesday, January 26, 2022 – This is the deadline for both March LSAT registration and for accommodation requests (if you have a disability).

Keep in mind that there’s limited slots for each remote LSAT administration. The earlier you register, the better chance you have of getting the slot that best suits you!

March Remote LSAT Assistance Request Deadline

  • Sunday, February 20, 2022 – If you need help finding anything you’ll need to take the exam, from a laptop to a quiet space, LSAC can help you! Get in touch with them by this deadline to ensure they can help meet your request.

Registration Deadlines for March 2022 LSAT

  • Wednesday, January 26, 2022 – this is the deadline to change your test date or cancel your registration without forfeiting your entire registration fee.
  • Saturday, February 5, 2022– this is the deadline to withdraw your registration for a $125 fee. Keep in mind that you won’t be getting any money back if you withdraw from the exam after the deadline.
  • LSAT Score Preview Deadlines

    Recently, the LSAC has provided test-takers with a new service: the optional Score Preview option. If you’re a first-time test-taker, you can see your LSAT score. This means you can decide if you want to keep it on your LSAC transcript, where law schools will eventually see it.

    The price for this service depends on when you sign up for it:

    • Friday, March 11, 2022 – Deadline to purchase LSAC’s Score Preview for $45
    • Wednesday, March 23, 2022 – Deadline to purchase LSAC’s Score Preview for $75

    *If you are a first-time test taker with an approved LSAT fee waiver, you can sign up for Score Preview free of charge.

    March 2022 LSAT Score Release Dates

    LSAC hasn’t yet given out the score release dates for the March 2022 LSAT. We’ll publish them just as soon as they do!

    Everyone gets their scores back via their LSAC accounts, and it usually takes around three weeks. While that’s not very long, at least compared to the bar exam, the wait can be pretty brutal.

    Keep in mind that you will need to complete your LSAT writing sample before you can receive your scores! This is a relatively new change, so plan ahead for it.

    Recap

    The March LSAT will be here faster than you think! You should register early to make sure you get the slot that you want. Now is the time to set out your study plan and get ready to crush the LSAT!

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    • Allyson Evans

      Allyson is one of Magoosh’s Content Creators. She writes on a variety of topics to help aspiring law students excel on the LSAT, from updates on the new digital LSAT to study tips for the logical reasoning section, and much, much more. A practicing attorney based in Austin, Texas, Allyson has spent the past seven years teaching others how to prepare for the LSAT. Allyson earned her BA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and her JD from the University of Texas, Austin. When she’s not helping students demystify the LSAT, you can find her hiking on a trail or relaxing at a campsite in the great outdoors. LinkedIn

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