The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) is your one-stop resouce for all of your law school admission needs. Set up your secure account at LSAC.org
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test that is required for admission to all American Bar Association member law schools. Next to GPA, your score on the LSAT, is the most important factor in determining what law schools will accept you. Thus it is important, to do well on the exam. Because of its importance in determining law school admissions, it is not an exam that one should take lightly or simply because you are interested in seeing how you do without extensive study. Once the test is taken, the score becomes permanent for the next five years. This is true even if you take the test a second time. The law school will receive both scores, and then it is up to the law school to decide whether they will take the higher score, the latter score, or average them.
You can register for the LSAT online by visiting LSAC.org
Credential Assembly Services (CAS)
The law school application process is much simpler with LSAC’s Credential Assembly Services (CAS). CAS streamlines law school admission by allowing applicants to have all transcripts, recommendations, and evaluations sent only once to LSAC, where they are summarized and combined with LSAT scores and writing samples into a report that LSAC sends to your prospective law schools. To register go to LSAC.org