2022-2023 LSAT Test Dates

Here are the LSAT test dates for the 2022-2023 cycle. You can register for your official LSAT using the links below. But before you register, read our advice below to learn how you can increase your LSAT score.

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Registration Deadline
Score Release Date

 2022 Dates
Mar 11–12
Feb 3, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Mar 30, 2022
Apr 29–30
Mar 16, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
May 18, 2022
Jun 10–11
Apr 28, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Jun 29, 2022
Aug 12–13
Jun 30, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Aug 31, 2022
Sep 9–10
Jul 26, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Sep 28, 2022
Oct 14–15
Sep 1, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Nov 2, 2022
Nov 11–12
Sep 29, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Nov 30, 2022
Jan 13–14
Dec 1, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
 2023 Dates
Feb 1, 2023
Feb 10–11
Dec 27, 2022 (11:59 pm ET)
Mar 1, 2023
Apr 14–15
Mar 2, 2023 (11:59 pm ET)
May 3, 2023
Jun 9–10
Apr 25, 2023 (11:59 pm ET)
Jun 28, 2023

When to Register for the LSAT

Register for the official LSAT only when your practice test scores indicate that you’re ready. You will know you’re ready when the average of your most recent 5–10 practice test scores is comfortably within your goal score range. Don’t focus too much on any one number. LSAT score variance is normal. Aim for a score that is likely to earn scholarships at your target law schools.

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Most law students get scholarships. The savviest among them pay nothing. Don’t pay full tuition (and fund your classmates’ scholarships). You, too, can go to law school for free if you play the game right. Check out the LSAT Demon Scholarship Estimator and see how a higher LSAT score could earn you a full-ride scholarship to law school.

Increase Your LSAT Score

Your LSAT score is one of the most important parts of your law school application. A difference of a few points can mean the difference between rejection and being offered a full scholarship at some law schools. Don’t apply to law school until you have your best LSAT score. Want to raise your score? Click here to practice sample, official LSAT questions. Then head over to LSAT Demon to drill questions from every LSAT ever released.

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