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Older LSAT Scores

Reporting of Older Scores on Current Reports

Older scores earned between June 1, 2003, and June 1, 2007, can be reported on your current report upon your written request. If you request the reporting of older scores, all scores (up to 12) obtained since June 1, 2003, will be reported and will be accompanied by a cautionary statement describing the potential limitations of such scores in predicting law school performance. Scores earned prior to June 1, 2003, will not be reported to law schools.

To request that older scores be reported, send LSAC a letter or fax that includes your name, LSAC account number, date of birth, the last four digits of your Social Security or Social Insurance number, the date(s) you took the test, and your signature.

Request a Paper Copy of My Older Noncurrent LSAT Score Report

Scores earned prior to June 2003 are not considered current for law school reporting and are not available for printing from an online account. See instructions below for ordering:

To have older scores sent to a law school or to you, send a completed request form (PDF) to LSAC via mail or fax. Or, you can send a letter including your name as it appeared when you took the LSAT, your LSAC account number (if available), the last four digits of your Social Security or Social Insurance number, date of birth, most recent test date(s), current name, current address, day telephone number, e-mail, and the name and address of the schools to which you want the report sent. Be sure to include your signature and your payment with your letter or request form. Only the test taker can request former score reports. Reports cannot be sent if there is a reporting hold on your previous file.

If you are making your request by mail (PDF), send a check, money order, or credit card information to

LSAC
662 Penn Street
PO BOX 2600
Newtown PA 18940-0979

If you are making your request by fax (PDF), only credit card payment is acceptable. Fax your information to 215.504.1480.

Be sure to check with the school(s) to determine if a Credential Assembly Service (CAS) report is needed. Scores earned prior to June 2003 will not be reported to law schools.

NOTE: Reports may only be sent to you or to law schools (not to graduate schools, employers, scholarship programs, etc.). Reports will not be faxed or e-mailed.

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