Prometric is excited to service LSAT candidates and wants to ensure a seamless scheduling process. When scheduling opens, we expect a high volume of candidates, so you may experience a wait time. Please note that the queue moves quickly and alerts you to where you are in the scheduling queue.

Your LSAT. Your Choice.

The LSAT is the most trusted test in law school admissions and the only test accepted by all ABA-accredited law schools. Get your legal education journey off to the right start with the LSAT.

Most test takers will have the option of taking the LSAT online in a live, remotely proctored format or in person at a professional testing center. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is partnering with Prometric to give test takers this choice.

Designed in response to test taker feedback, LSAC’s goal in offering two different test modes is to empower you to choose whichever test modality works best for you and your unique circumstances. 

To learn more about the LSAT’s change to dual mode testing or to register for a future administration, visit Once you’re registered, you can read below and follow the instructions for whatever option you feel works best for you.

Whether you plan to test remotely or in person, you will use Prometric’s ProScheduler tool to schedule your test.

How to Schedule Your LSAT:

On the days prior to schedule opening for each LSAT administration, you will receive an email with detailed instructions to guide you through the scheduling process. Read your instructions carefully and choose your option below to begin your scheduling process.

Option 1: Schedule your LSAT in a Prometric test center.

When the LSAT scheduling window opens for your administration, you can schedule to test in person at a Prometric test center.

For more information, please visit Taking the LSAT at a Test Center on

Schedule Your Test at a Test Center

Schedule your LSAT at a Test Center

Reschedule your LSAT at a Test Center


Option 2: Schedule your remotely proctored LSAT

A Prometric proctor will oversee remote LSAT takers via Prometric’s ProProctor™ application.

The deadline to schedule your remote testing session is three days prior to the first primary testing date for your administration. If you are unable to schedule your test by this deadline, you may request a test date change through your account. To stay informed about test days and deadlines visit the LSAT This Week blog on the LSAT website.

Before you schedule — important considerations

To take the LSAT at home, you must have:

  • A computer with a camera and microphone, a strong and stable internet connection, and administrative rights to install a lightweight app (prior to the test). We recommend running a System Readiness Check to ensure your computer and network meet the requirements to test remotely.
  • A quiet, well-lit, private, enclosed room in which to take the test with a table or desk and a chair. Please note that transparent glass walls are not considered part of a private room and are prohibited.

For information on the environmental and other testing and security requirements please refer to the ProProctor User Guide and before scheduling your exam.

Schedule your Remote Test Session

Schedule your remotely proctored LSAT

Reschedule your remotely proctored LSAT


Option 3: If you have approved accommodations, schedule your LSAT in a pencil and paper format. 

LSAC is committed to providing necessary testing accommodations on the LSAT® to candidates with documented disabilities. Registered test takers can submit accommodation requests through their LSAC online accounts. Requests are due by the accommodation request deadline associated with your test. (This is the same date as the registration deadline for each administration.)

Test takers with pencil and paper accommodations will take the LSAT at a Prometric test center.

For more information about LSAC’s accommodated testing policies, please visit LSAT Testing Accommodations on

Schedule Your paper-and-pencil format LSAT at a Test Center

Schedule your paper-and-pencil LSAT at a Test Center

Reschedule your paper-and-pencil LSAT at a Test Center


Contact LSAC

If you have questions about your LSAT, please consult the information and FAQs on the LSAC website or use the “Chat” feature by clicking on the chat icon on the bottom right corner of the LSAT website to get connected to an LSAC Candidate Services representative during business hours. You can also contact LSAC Candidate Services via email at,      or call 1-800-336-3982.

Contact Prometric

If you have any questions about your test, please consult the Test Taker FAQ on the Prometric website or call the Contact Center 1-800-350-5517. For testing accommodations please visit the testing accommodations page or call 800-967-1139.

APAC Region: +60 3-2781 7762
EMEA Region: +31 320 239 522