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Upcoming LSAT Test Dates Across Canada

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is most commonly offered in February, June, September/October and December.

2017

 

Saturday, September 16
Saturday, December 2

8:30AM
8:30AM

2018

 

Saturday, February 10
Monday, June 11
Saturday, September 8
Saturday, November 17

8:30AM
12:30PM
8:30AM
8:30AM


For a full list of test dates, see the Law School Admission Council's LSAT Dates PDF.

List of Canadian LSAT Test Centre Locations

Canadian LSAT test centre locations and test centre codes are listed in the table below. Please note that while the LSAT is typically offered four times every year, not every test centre will offer each writing of the LSAT. The Law School Admission Council has a complete list of all LSAT test centres, including US and international locations.

 

60011 Antigonish, NS, St. Francis Xavier University1
60471 Belleville, ON, Loyalist College2
60511 Brandon, MB, Assiniboine Community College1
60031 Brandon, MB, Brandon University2
60431 Burnaby, BC, British Columbia Institute of Technology2
60041 Calgary, AB, Bow Valley College1
60081 Calgary, AB, University of Calgary2
60401 Cambridge Bay, NU, Nunavut Arctic College4
60091 Charlottetown, PE, University of Prince Edward Island1
60101 Corner Brook, NL, Memorial University of Newfoundland - Grenfell Campus2
60371 Cornwall, ON, St. Lawrence College2
60161 Fredericton, NB, University of New Brunswick2
60391 Grande Prairie, AB, Grande Prairie Regional College2
60181 Halifax, NS, Dalhousie University2
60211 Hamilton, ON, McMaster University2
60021 Kamloops, BC, Thompson Rivers University2
60491 Kingston, ON, KLC College1
60061 Kingston, ON, St. Lawrence College2
60171 Lacombe, AB, Canadian University College5
60191 Lethbridge, AB, University of Lethbridge2
60071 London, ON, Fanshawe College6
60201 London, ON, University of Western Ontario2
60521 Mississauga, ON, Dewey College1
60221 Montreal, QC, McGill University2
60531 Nanaimo, BC, Vancouver Island University2
60421 Niagara on the Lake, ON, Niagara College1
60551 Ottawa, ON, Algonquin College2
60231 Ottawa, ON, University of Ottawa2
60691 Ottawa, ON, Saint Paul University1
60241 Peterborough, ON, Trent University 6
60261 Regina, SK, University of Regina1
60271 Sackville, NB, Mount Allison University4
60461 Sault Ste Marie, ON, Algoma University2
60281 St. John's, NF, Memorial University of Newfoundland1
60291 Saskatoon, SK, University of Saskatchewan2
60501 Sudbury, ON, Cambrian College3
60141 Sydney, NS, University of Cape Breton2
60311 Thunder Bay, ON, Lakehead University, Bora Laskin Faculty of Law2
60301 Toronto, ON, Humber Inst of Tech1
60601 Toronto, ON, Madonna Catholic Secondary School1
60411 Toronto, ON, Queen's Collegiate 2
60321 Toronto, ON, University of Toronto2
60111 Toronto, ON, York University - Osgoode Hall Law School2
60441 Vancouver, BC, Ashton College1
60331 Vancouver, BC, University of British Columbia2
60451 Victoria, BC, Camosun College- Lansdowne Campus7
60341 Victoria, BC, University of Victoria1
60051 Waterloo, ON, Wilfrid Laurier University1
60131 Whitehorse, YT, Yukon College2
60361 Windsor, ON, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law1
60121 Windsor, ON, University of Windsor2
60381 Winnipeg, MB, University of Manitoba2
  1. LSAT offered at these test centres in September/October, December, and February.
  2. LSAT offered at these test centres in June, September/October, December, and February.
  3. LSAT offered at these test centres in June and December.
  4. LSAT offered at these test centres in September/October and December.
  5. LSAT offered at these test centres in June
  6. LSAT offered at these test centres in June, September/October, and February.
  7. LSAT offered at these test centres in June, September/October, and December

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LSAT Fees and Services for Canadian Registrants

The following table summarizes the LSAT fees and services for Canadian registrants. For additional information on all these fees, please check the LSAC website.

 

LSAT Fees (USD $)
LSAT Registration   $180
Credential Assembly Service (CAS)   $185
Late Registration   $100
Test Centre Change   $100
Test Date Change   $100
Hand Scoring   $100
Law School Reports   $35
LSAT Registration Refund   $50
CAS Registration Refund   $50

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About the Law School Admission Council

Headquartered in Newtown, Pennsylvania (about 48 km north of Philadelphia), the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is best known for administering the LSAT, with an average of 100,000 prospective law students writing the test each year. LSAC is a nonprofit organization whose membership includes 205 ABA-approved law schools in the United States and 16 law schools in Canada.

All US law schools approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) are LSAC members along with 16 Canadian law schools recognized by a provincial or territorial law society or government agency. For a brief description of LSAC's services and programs check the "About LSAC" page at www.LSAC.org.

The following, listed alphabetically, are the 16 Canadian law schools which are included in the voting membership of LSAC:

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About the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a half-day, standardized exam administered four times each year by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) at designated testing centres throughout the world, but primarily in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Most Canadian law schools along with all American Bar Association (ABA)-approved law schools require the LSAT as part of their admissions process.

The LSAT provides a standard measure of acquired reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools use as a primary factor in assessing applicants. The test itself is comprised of numerous questions designed to assess a wide range of abilities involved in critical thinking, with an emphasis on the skills that are central to legal reasoning. These skills include:

  • the reading and comprehension of complex text with accuracy and insight
  • the organization and management of information and the ability to draw reasonable inferences from it
  • the ability to think critically
  • the analysis and evaluation of the reasoning and arguments of others

Many law schools require the LSAT to be taken by December for admission for the following fall. However, it is advised that students take the test earlier – in June or September – to allow ample time to prepare to re-test if need be.

The test consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. Four of the five sections contribute to the test taker's score. These sections include: two Logical Reasoning sections, one Analytical Reasoning section, and one Reading Comprehension section. An unscored fifth section typically is used to pre-test new questions or to pre-equate new test forms. The placement of this unscored section, which is commonly referred to as the “experimental section”, varies for each administration of the test. From the February 2006 LSAT to the June 2011 LSAT, the experimental section appeared in the following locations:

 

February 2006 LSAT   Section 3    December 2008 LSAT     Section 1/Section 3 
June 2006 LSAT   Section 2   February 2009 LSAT
  Section 2/Section 3
September 2006 LSAT     Section 2   June 2009 LSAT
  Section 2/Section 3
December 2006 LSAT   Section 1   September 2009 LSAT
  Section 1/Section 2
February 2007 LSAT   Section 1   December 2009 LSAT
  Section 1/Section 3
June 2007 LSAT   Section 2/Section 3     February 2010 LSAT
  Section 2/Section 3
September 2007 LSAT  Section 2/Section 3   June 2010 LSAT   Section 1/Section 3
December 2007 LSAT  Section 1/Section 2   October 2010 LSAT   Section 1/Section 2
February 2008 LSAT  Section 1/Section 3   December 2010 LSAT   Section 2/Section 3
June 2008 LSAT  Section 1/Section 3   February 2011 LSAT
  Section1/Section 3
 October 2008 LSAT  Section 1/Section 3   June 2011 LSAT   Section 1/Section 3

The LSAT is scored on a scale from 120 to 180, with 180 being the highest possible score. An additional 35-minute Writing Sample is administered at the end of the test. The Writing Sample is not scored, but copies of the Writing Sample are sent to all law schools to which a candidate applies.

LSAC administers the LSAT four times a year at hundreds of designated test centres around the world. Since 2010, the annual average number of test-takers writing the LSAT has been just above 120,000:

 

  February
LSAT
June
LSAT
September/October
LSAT
December
LSAT
Yearly
Total

Annual Average:

21,386

26,162

40,382

33,019

120,949

According to a recent LSAC research report, approximately 6% of all test-takers write the LSAT in Canada, with 93% writing it in the United States and the remaining 1% writing the LSAT in other countries. Although it is the very same LSAT test that all Canadian, American, and foreign test-takers write, LSAC has observed that Canadian and foreign test-takers have had slightly higher mean LSAT scores than test-takers from the United States.

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LSAT Test Centre Regulations

Regulations and the full list of permitted and forbidden items that can be brought into the test centre can be found at www.lsac.org. This information will also be provided on LSAT admission tickets. LSAC warns that "ignorance of these regulations will not be considered an excuse for their violation. Bringing prohibited items into the test room may result in the confiscation of such items by the test supervisor, a warning, dismissal from the test centre, and/or cancellation of a test score by LSAC."

  • Items permitted in the test room

    Test-takers may bring into the room only a clear plastic Ziploc bag, maximum size one gallon (3.79 liter), which must be stored under the chair and may be accessed only during the break. The Ziploc bag may only contain the following items:
    • Your signed LSAT Admission Ticket stub;
    • Valid ID; wallet; keys;
    • Feminine hygiene products;
    • Medical products (including diabetic testing supplies);
    • #2 or HB pencils, highlighter, erasers, pencil sharpener (no mechanical pencils);
    • Tissues; beverage in plastic container or juice box (20 oz./591 ml maximum size) and snack for break only (no aluminum cans permitted).
  • Items permitted on the desk

    Test-takers may only have tissues, ID,  LSAT admissions ticket, No.2 or HB wooden pencils, erasers, pencil sharpener (not supplied at the test centre), highlighter, and an analog wristwatch (not digital) on their desk. No electronic timing devices are permitted (zero tolerance policy).
  • Prohibited items

    Candidates are not permitted to bring into the test centre the following items: books, papers of any kind, backpacks of any kind, briefcases, handbags, ear plugs, mechanical pencils, mechanical erasers or erasers with sleeves, ink pens or felt-tip markers, rulers, calculators, fitness tracking devices, timers of any kind (except analog wristwatches), recording or photographic devices, cellular phones, pagers, beepers, headsets, personal computers, and/or other electronic devices (iPods, personal digital assistants, etc.), listening devices, electronic cigarettes, weapons or firearms. Bringing prohibited items into the test room may result in the confiscation of such items by the test supervisor,  dismissal from the test centre, and cancellation of a test score by LSAC. Prohibited items may not be used while in the test centre, including during the break. LSAC and LSAT testing staff are not responsible for test-takers' belongings.
  • Hats/Hoods

    No hats or hoods are allowed, except items of religious apparel.
  • Handbags, backpacks, briefcases

    No handbags, backpacks, briefcases, or other bags—except the Ziploc bag described above—are allowed in the test room.
  • Cancellation/Complaint Deadlines

    The LSAC must receive test-taker complaints and cancellation requests within six days of the test date. This is a change from previous years.

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LSAT Contact Information for Canadian Registrants

Canadian registrants can contact LSAC via their website or by email, telephone, fax, or mail. The contact information for each method is listed below:

Internet

www.LSAC.org

 

Email

Form on website

 

Fax

(215) 968-1277

 

Telephone

Customer Service Representatives

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
September - February: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM EST
March - August: 8:30 AM to 4:45 PM EST

Telephone number: (215) 968-1001, press "0"

Automated Telephone Service

Telephone number: (215) 968-1001

Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except on Sundays from 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM EST


Mail

Law School Admission Council
662 Penn Street
Newtown, PA, 18940
USA

Registering for the LSAT in Canada

Registering for the LSAT is done on a first-come, first-served basis; therefore, the earlier you register, the better your chances are of being assigned to the test date and test centre you selected. LSAT test-takers can register online, by telephone, or by mail. Registration for the test must be completed on or before the registration deadlines; registrations after these dates are not accepted. Please see the LSAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines section for exact dates and deadlines.

Those wishing to have their score sent to law schools or pre-law advisories must make the request when they register for the test.

LSAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines

The following table highlights the upcoming LSAT test dates and registration deadlines. Individuals can register online, by telephone, or by mail:

 

LSAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines

LSAT Test Dates

Regular Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline

June 12, 2017
April 26, 2017
May 3, 2017
September 16, 2017 August 2, 2017 August 9, 2017
December 2, 2017 October 18, 2017 October 25, 2017
February 10, 2018 December 27, 2017 January 3, 2018

Changing Canadian LSAT Test Centres and Test Dates

Any changes regarding Canadian test centres and test dates can be done if the request is made on or before the appropriate deadlines listed below. There are fees associated with changing test dates and test centres; please see the LSAT Fees and Services for Canadian Registrants section for the appropriate fees. 

Changes to test dates and test centres can be done using the following four methods:

  • Online: www.LSAC.org (must be received by midnight (EST) on the deadline date)
  • Telephone: (215) 968-1001 (must be received by 4:45 PM EST [March – August]; 6:00 PM EST [September – February] on the deadline date)
  • Mail to:
    LSAC,
    PO Box 2000-T,
    Newtown, PA, 18940-0979
  • Fax: (215) 968-1277 (must be received by midnight (EST) on the deadline date)

A Test Date Change Form must be done when making changes by fax or mail.

 

The following table outlines the deadlines for the test centre and test dates changes:

 

LSAT Test Date and Centre Changes Deadline

LSAT Test Dates

Test Centre Change by Mail,
Online, Phone, and Fax

Test Date Change by Mail,
Online, Phone, and Fax

June 12, 2017
May 9, 2017
May 16, 2017
September 16, 2017 August 22, 2017 August 22, 2017
December 2, 2017 November 7, 2017 November 7, 2017
February 10, 2018 January 9, 2018 January 9, 2018


Note: You will be assigned to the nearest test centre if your requested test centre is full or closed.

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LSAT Exam Score Release Dates

The following table highlights the exam score release dates for upcoming LSAT test dates:

LSAT Exam Score Release Dates

LSAT Test Dates

Email Release Date

LSAT Exam Score Report Mailed

June 12, 2017
July 6, 2017 July 13, 2017
September 16, 2017
October 12, 2017 October 19, 2017
December 2, 2017
January 4, 2018 January 11, 2018
February 10, 2018
March 8, 2018 March 15, 2018

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LSAT Exam Scores

Upon the release of LSAT scores, candidates will receive their LSAT exam score by email, mail, or telephone. Only these three methods are used to ensure confidentiality. Scores will only be released to the test-taker and not their parents, spouses, friends, or any other persons. Those wishing to have their score sent to law schools or pre-law advisories must make the request when they register for the test.

Test-takers who have LSAC accounts will automatically receive their score by email approximately three weeks after taking the test with no additional fee. Hard copy scores will be sent by mail approximately four weeks after the test is taken with an additional fee for processing the hard copy. Those obtaining test scores by telephone will also pay an additional fee. Please see the “LSAT Fees and Services for Canadian Registrants” section for all fees associated with taking the LSAT.

The LSAT score is based on the total number of questions answered correctly and there is no deduction for incorrect answers. All questions are weighted equally and the total number of correct answers is converted to the LSAT scale of 120 - 180, with 120 being the lowest score and 180 being the highest score. A percentile rank is also calculated and displayed on the score report. Previous scores can be requested to be sent to you or to a law school by contacting LSAC via mail or fax.

Scaled Score vs. Percentile Rank Conversion Chart for LSAT Test Scores

 

Scaled Score Percentile Rank Scaled Score Percentile Rank
180 99.9 149 43
179 99.9 148 39
178 99.9 147 35
177 99.9 146 32
176 99.8 145 29
175 99.7 144 26
174 99.5 143 23
173 99.3 142 20
172 99 141 17
171 98.5 140 14
170 98 139 12
169 97.5 138 10
168 97 137 8
167 96 136 7
166 95 135 6
165 94 134 5
164 92 133 4
163 90 132 3.5
162 88 131 3
161 86 130 2.5
160 83 129 2
159 80 128 1.5
158 77 127 1.2
157 74 126 1
156 71 125 0.8
155 67 124 0.6
154 63 123 0.5
153 59 122 0.4
152 55 121 0.3
151 51 120 0
150 47    

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Cancelling the LSAT Score

An individual who has written the LSAT and wishes to cancel his or her score can do so in one of two ways. Test-takers can complete the score cancellation section on the LSAT answer sheet at the test centre. A test-taker who cancels his or her score will receive a confirmation of his or her score cancellation within two to three weeks of the test date.

The other option for a test-taker who wants to cancel an LSAT score is on the LSAT Status page when he or she logs into his or her LSAC.org account. The score cancellation option is available for six calendar days after the test-taker's test date. Cancellations will not be accepted after this date.

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Repeating the LSAT Test

Test-takers may repeat the LSAT if they feel the test score does not reflect their ability. Candidates can only write the test three times in a two-year period. This policy applies even if you cancel your score or it is not otherwise reported. In addition, not all law schools use the highest score; some take an average of all the candidate's test scores. If a candidate has some circumstances such as illness or anxiety that prevents him or her from scoring well on the LSAT, he or she should notify the law schools to which he or she applied.

LSAT Refund Policy

Individuals not able to take the test on the day for which they registered will receive a partial refund if the request is made before the specified deadline. Non-refundable fees include late fees, test date and test centre change fees, and fees for non-published test centres. All refund requests can be done in writing prior to the refund deadline to avoid an absentee notation appearing on the file or by filling out the Refund Request Form PDF. The refund takes approximately six weeks to process, and the test registration will be cancelled.

All written requests must include:

  • Name
  • Address
  • LSAC account number
  • The last four digits of your Social Insurance Number
  • The test date
  • Your signature
  • Date

All LSAT refund requests must be sent to:

Mail

LSAC
Box 2000 - T
Newton, PA
18940

Fax


(215)-968-1277

The following table outlines the refund request deadlines. For any further information regarding the refund policy, please contact the LSAC.

LSAT Registration Refund Deadlines
LSAT Test Dates Partial Refunds for LSAT Registration (postmark deadline)
June 12, 2017
May 9, 2017
September 16, 2017
August 22, 2017
December 2, 2017
November 7, 2017
February 10, 2018
January 9, 2018

LSAT Test Preparation Courses Across Canada

Oxford Seminars offers 30-hour and 48-hour LSAT test preparation courses in the following locations across Canada:

Calgary - U of C
Edmonton
Fredericton - UNB
Guelph - U of G
Halifax - Dalhousie U
Hamilton - McMaster U
Kingston - Queen's U
London - UWO
Montreal - McGill U
North York - York U

Ottawa - U of O
Regina - U of R
Saskatoon - U of S
St. John's - Memorial U
Toronto - U of T
Vancouver - UBC
Victoria - UVic
Waterloo - WLU
Windsor - UWindsor
Winnipeg - U of M

Free Sample Practice LSAT Questions and Full Tests

Sample LSAT questions and a sample practice LSAT test (June 2007 LSAT) are available for free to download from the LSAC website. Click on “The LSAT” for full menu options, followed by “Preparing for the LSAT” and “Free Materials”. You have a choice of “Sample Questions with Explanations” and “June 2007 LSAT” for free download.

List of Additional Sample Practice LSAT Tests

 

LSAT Test Number LSAT Test Date LSAC Publication
78 June 2016 Individual LSAT Prep Test available for purchase
77 December 2015 Individual LSAT Prep Test available for purchase
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75 June 2015 Individual LSAT PrepTest available for purchase
74 December 2014 Individual LSAT PrepTest available for purchase
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68 December 2012 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
67 October 2012 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volvume V
66 June 2012 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
65 December 2011 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
64 October 2011 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
63 June 2011 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
62 December 2010 Part of the 10, Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V
61 October 2010 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
60 June 2010 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
59 December 2009 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
58 September 2009 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
57 July 2009 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
56 December 2008 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
55 October 2008 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
54 June 2008 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
53 December 2007 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
52 September 2007 Part of the 10, New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
- June 2007 Free download from LSAC website
51 December 2006 Individual LSAT PrepTest available for purchase
50 September 2006 Individual LSAT PrepTest available for purchase
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42 December 2003 Individual LSAT PrepTest available for purchase
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38 October 2002 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
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34 June 2001 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
33 December 2000 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
32 October 2000 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
31 June 2000 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
- February 2000
(previously undisclosed test)  
Part of the Official LSAT SuperPrep
30 December 1999 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
29 October 1999 Part of The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
28 June 1999 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
- February 1999
(previously undisclosed test)
Part of the Official LSAT SuperPrep
27 December 1998 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
26 September 1998 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
25 June 1998 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
24 December 1997 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
23 October 1997 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
22 June 1997 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
21 December 1996 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
20 October 1996 Free download from LSAC website
19 June 1996 Part of 10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
- February 1996
(previously undisclosed test)
Part of the Official LSAT SuperPrep
18 December 1992
(previously undisclosed test)
Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
17 December 1995 *
16 September 1995 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
15 June 1995 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
14 February 1995 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
13 December 1994 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
12 October 1994 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
11 June 1994 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
10 February 1994 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
9 October 1993 Part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
8 June 1993 *
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6 October 1992 *
5 June 1992 *
4 February 1992 *
3 December 1991 *
2 October 1991 *
1 June 1991 *

* Publication of these PrepTests is now discontinued and they are no longer available for sale.

LSAT Practice Tests and Test Preparation Materials Available Through Oxford Seminars

Listed below are the most recent LSAT PrepTest materials we have to offer.

 

LSAT PrepTest Materials
10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V  $35.00
10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests $35.00
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Prep Test 76 (October 2015 LSAT) $15.00
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PrepTest 68 (December 2012 LSAT) $15.00
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Canadian Law School Rankings

Each year, Canadian Lawyer magazine conducts a nationwide survey of Canadian law schools. The survey provides future lawyers with a list of the top-ranked law schools in Canada. The following table is a brief summary of the grades assigned to each law school:

 

Law School Grading
Law School Curriculum Faculty Professors Testing Facilities Practice Relevance Recommendation Final Grade
University of Toronto A- A- A B+ B+ A- 100% A-

University of New Brunswick

A- A A+ B+ B B 100% A-
McGill University A- A- A B+ B A- 100% A-
University of Victoria A- A- A B+ B+ B 100% A-
Osgoode Hall Law School A- A- A+ B B+ B+ 100% A-
Queen's University A- A- A B B+ B 100% A-
University of Western Ontario B+ A- A B+ B B 100% B+
University of Windsor B+ A- A B- B B 100% B+
Dalhousie University B+ A- A C+ B+ B- 100% B+
University of Manitoba A- A- A C+ B B- 100% B+
University of Ottawa B+ B+ A B B- B- 100% B+
University of Calgary B- A- A- B- B B- 100% B+
University of British Columbia B+ B+ A- B C B- 91% B+
University of Saskatchewan B B A- C+ B- B 88% B

For a more detailed summary of these survey results, please visit the Canadian Lawyer website.

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Canadian Law School Profiles

The following links take you to concise descriptions of the 16 Canadian law schools which, according to LSAC, require applicants to take the LSAT as part of the admissions process. Each profile covers admission requirements, curriculum, special programs, expenses and financial aid, and a link to each law school's own website for additional information. Some of the law schools have also released an admission profile grid as an illustration of the credentials of previously admitted applicants.

For a complete list of, and links to websites of all 205 ABA-approved law schools in the United States, visit the LSAC Official Guide. In recent years, the following law school application trends have been noticed:

  • More Canadians are writing the LSAT each year (a 32% increase since 2001).
  • Applicants are applying to more law schools (on average 6 law schools per applicant).
  • Overall, applicants are completing their law school applications earlier in the admission-year cycle.
  • Older applicants are applying later in the admission-year cycle.

Information about this test, and its requirements and policies, changes constantly. For the most up-to-date information, see the official testing website.

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