Good news to whichever December LSAT test-takers has been singing “Let It Snow” in hopes of his or her exam being postponed.
LSAC announced today that 15 December LSAT testing centers in five states will be closed tomorrow for the exam. That’s of 10:30 a.m. PST, though, so if you are in an area that has been or will be hit with snow, be sure to refresh this LSAC page throughout the day.
If your December LSAT testing center does get shut down, LSAC will send you an email to confirm. LSAC also says it will email each December LSAT test-taker with options for making up the exam by the end of next week.
This isn’t even the first time this year that LSAC has had to deal with inclement weather causing LSAT testing center closures. Back in February, winter storm Nemo wreaked havoc on the East Coast, forcing February LSAT testing center closures in eight states.
We should have some advice on the LSAT blog next week with advice for those affected by this most recent winter storm. For now, here’s Matt Shinners’s advice from February for people who have to push back their LSAT.
If your December LSAT testing center wasn’t affected, you have less than 24 hours before it’s time to take the exam. Stay tuned for a post later today on the LSAT blog regarding what you should be doing today to prepare for the December LSAT tomorrow. (Hint: It’s nothing.)
Here’s a screenshot of 2013 December LSAT closures, as of 6 p.m. EST: