The July LSAT is likely to be an extremely popular LSAT to take for one simple reason: it is the one and only time that students can cancel their score after seeing it.
So, unlike with other exams, you don’t have to guess/predict what your score is likely to be before making the decision to cancel it. The LSAC is offering that appealing option to students because the July LSAT marks the introduction of the digital LSAT, with approximately half of students taking the digital LSAT and the other half taking the current paper-and-pencil test. The last day to register for the July LSAT is June 4th (the day after the June LSAT).
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