If you’re planning on taking the February LSAT and haven’t registered for it yet, take a moment to go to the LSAC website now and get set up. Tuesday 1/5 was the regular registration deadline to sign up for the Feb10 test, but you can still sign up online and via phone through 1/15. However, you will be charged an extra $66 late registration fee after 1/5, and run the risk of not being assigned to your first-choice testing center, so if you haven’t registered, do so now.
Go to www.lsac.org and click on Register for the LSAT (under “The LSAT” on the right side of the screen) to get started. If you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to create an LSAC account to register online.
FYI, LSAT fees are currently the following:
LSAT registration fee – $132
Late registration fee – $66 (added to the LSAT regular registration fee – will be charged from 1/6 through 1/15)
LSDAS fee – $121 (LSDAS is needed in order to apply to schools)