LAST DAY TO CANCEL JUNE LSAT SCORE

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Offline Anne

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LAST DAY TO CANCEL JUNE LSAT SCORE
« on: June 13, 2010, 11:47:02 AM »
To all June LSAT takers: Today is the last day you cancel your score.


From LSAC.org:

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How can I cancel my score?
There are two ways you can cancel your score:
Complete the score cancellation section on the LSAT answer sheet at the test center. (You must blacken both bubbles in the score cancellation section.) Sign your full name and date for the certifying statement.

Send a written cancellation request to LSAC after the test. Your written cancellation must be in the form of a signed fax; overnight letter; or expedited, mailed score cancellation form , which you can access on this website immediately following your test administration. Your request must be received within six calendar days of the test. If you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your request within four calendar days after your request was submitted, contact LSAC immediately. If your request has not been processed, you may submit proof that your request was received at LSAC within the required period. Documentation of proof of receipt will not be accepted beyond 14 calendar days after the test.

URL: http://lsac.org/AboutLSAC/faqs-and-support-lsat.asp#cancel-score
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Re: LAST DAY TO CANCEL JUNE LSAT SCORE
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2010, 05:06:00 PM »
Thanks for posting that! A lot of people make the mistake of thinking it is 6 business days from the test, but the post makes it clear that is it calendar days.

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Re: LAST DAY TO CANCEL JUNE LSAT SCORE
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2010, 05:10:40 PM »
Thanks for posting that! A lot of people make the mistake of thinking it is 6 business days from the test, but the post makes it clear that is it calendar days.

Indeed. I'm going to edit my post to bold that most important of facts. :)
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