Are you registered for the June LSAT, but aren't able to take the test? Make sure you officially withdraw so the test will be removed from your file and prevent an absentee notation. The deadline is 11:59 pm Eastern Time on Monday, June 5. Here's what you need to do.
Log into your LSAC.org account, proceed to the LSAT Status page, and find the option to withdraw your registration. At this time, the only option is withdrawing online; no phone calls, mail or faxes. In addition, refunds are not available at this point, nor can you transfer your registration to another LSAT test date.
If you withdraw by the June 5 deadline, the test does not count as one of your three LSAT attempts. However if you cancel your score, it does count. If there are only a few days to go, and you're nowhere near your target score, it's time to withdraw. Don't waste an attempt when you're not ready.
Visit the LSAC website for more information on withdrawing from the June LSAT.
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