All of your 12 most recent LSAT (or LSAT-Flex) results will be reported to the law schools to which you apply if earned in the current testing year or if earned in the prior five testing years. (Note that LSAT results include scores, cancellations, and absences. LSAT-Flex results include only scores and cancellations, due to the ongoing challenges related to COVID-19.) Beginning with the 2021-2022 testing year, LSAT testing years run from July through June.

For example, if you apply to a law school in January 2023, any LSAT scores you earn in the July 2022-June 2023 testing year will be reported. Any scores you earned during the following testing years will also be reported:

  • July 2021-June 2022
  • June 2020-June 2021
  • June 2019-May 2020
  • June 2018-May 2019
  • June 2017-May 2018

If you took the LSAT in June 2017, you could use this score to apply to law school through June 2023. Results from LSATs prior to June 2017 will not be reported.