Beginning in September, there will be no restrictions on how many times one can take the Law School Admissions Test during a two-year period.
More information about the LSAT schedule will be released soon, according to the Law School Admissions Council website. Currently, the LSAT is given four times a year, and one can take the test three times over a two-year period, Jeff Thomas, Kaplan Test Prep’s executive director of pre-law programs, told the ABA Journal.
“It behooves the LSAC to try and do things to make the test more accessible to students,” Thomas says of the change.
Check out this ABA Journal article for more information.