The November 2021 LSAT Is Now the Remote November LSAT

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The November 2021 LSAT is officially a remote LSAT! The at-home, remotely proctored November LSAT test date is your last chance to take the LSAT in 2021.

In this post, we’ll take a look at key information you need about the remote November LSAT!

The November LSAT

In spring 2021, the LSAC (test-maker) announced that all LSATs through at least June 2022 will be remote LSAT exams. This comes along with additional changes to the remote format that will start in August 2021, including the return of the unscored section and a break between the second and third sections of the exam.

November LSAT Dates

The November LSAT will be available the week of November 13, 2021. The primary test dates are:

  • Friday, November 12, 2021
  • Saturday, November 13, 2021
  • Sunday, November 14, 2021

However, if you have been approved to take the LSAT on paper because of your accommodations, the test date will be Tuesday, November 16.

November LSAT Score Release Dates

You’ll be able to get your November LSAT scores via your LSAC account on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

In order to receive your scores, you must have completed the LSAT Writing sample. To accommodate this, LSAT will open the Writing section eight days prior to the test–so you can take the writing section at your convenience, just remember that you need to finish it before you’ll get your scores.

You can also sign up for a “score preview” of your November test results. The name of this option is a little bit misleading–you won’t get your scores any earlier than other test takers. Instead, the “score preview” gives you six days after LSAT scores are released to choose whether you want to keep your scores or cancel them. If you do not choose within six days, your scores are retained and get sent to schools. This service costs $45 if you sign up before your test and $75 after testing has finished (if you have a fee waiver, don’t worry–you’ll get this option automatically)!

Registration (and Auto-Registration)

If you have not already registered for the November LSAT, the deadline is Wednesday, September 29, 2021. This is also the deadline to request accommodations or assistance.

November LSAT Cost

The fees for the November LSAT are the same as for an in-person LSAT. Plan on spending around $200 for test registration, if you haven’t already registered for the November exam.

Upcoming LSAT Dates

If you don’t want to (or can’t) take the remote November LSAT, you’ll have to wait until January 2022 to take the LSAT. But keep in mind that this won’t get you out of the remote aspect of the exam, as all LSATs through June 2022 will be administered remotely.

Takeaway

The deadline to register for the November LSAT is coming up soon. Take the time now to decide if the November LSAT is right for you by:

  • Determining your starting LSAT score based on a practice test;
  • Setting your goal score based on your target law schools; and
  • Establishing how much time you need, and how much time you actually have, to dedicate to LSAT prep.

Once you go through these steps, you’ll feel confident making your decision on which LSAT test date is right for you.

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  • Molly Kiefer

    Molly is one of Magoosh’s Content Creators. She designs Magoosh’s graphic assets, manages our YouTube channels and podcasts, and contributes to the Magoosh High School Blog.

    Since 2014, Molly has tutored high school and college students preparing for the SAT, GRE, and LSAT. She began her tutoring journey while in undergrad, helping her fellow students master math, computer programming, Spanish, English, and Philosophy.

    Molly graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a B.A. in Philosophy, and she continues to study ethics to this day. An artist at heart, Molly loves blogging, making art, taking long walks and serving as personal agent to her cat, who is more popular on Instagram than she is.

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