Faulkner University

LSAT and LSDAS Information

The LSAT

  1. The LSAT is given nationally four times each year: in February, June, October, and December. We suggest that you take the LSAT no later than February before the Fall in which you hope to enter law school.
  2. Most people find they require several months of study to fully prepare for taking the LSAT; please take this into consideration when you register for the test.
  3. An applicant's highest score will be used to make admissions decisions; however, all scores received will be recorded in the applicant's file.
  4. Faulkner Law will not accept an LSAT score that is five or more years old.

CAS

  1. Each applicant is responsible for making sure all his transcripts (from every school attended as an undergraduate student) reach LSAC so they can be figured into the applicant's CAS report.
  2. Please allow plenty of time for your transcripts to reach LSAC; the process often takes several weeks.
  3. If you have specific questions about the CAS process, you may contact LSAC for help.
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