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Has anyone here registered for the August LSAT yet? I only see 9 locations available for all of Ontario so I don't know if I messed up and tried to register too late so spots filled up. I live just outside of the GTA and the only option that is still kind of far for me is the Toronto location. I don't know if I should just register for this one, does LSAC typically release more locations later on? I can't tell if I am late to register or early lol. Or do they have such a limited amount of locations because August is suspected to be an LSAT Flex?

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I believe registration for the August LSAT hasn't opened yet. You may be looking at available locations for the July one?

I checked two days ago and there was no option to register for the August test yet.

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4 hours ago, Dreamchaser said:

I believe registration for the August LSAT hasn't opened yet. You may be looking at available locations for the July one?

I checked two days ago and there was no option to register for the August test yet.

It's definitely open--I went to register. According to the website, it will take place August 29th at 8:30 AM.

@MissRune363 Right now, as you've already noted, only nine test locations are open.

Though, you're not late: if you go on to the website, you will notice that the final date to register is July 15th (and midnight at that). I'm not in a position to know whether more test locations will be released or not; however, (i) there is a possibility that the dearth of locations is related to COVID, or it simply has always been this way, and (ii) some people on Reddit have claimed that, upon registering, they received an email stating that their test location was moved. Whether that will happen to those of us in Ontario, I'm not quite sure.

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10 minutes ago, aftervirtue said:

It's definitely open--I went to register. According to the website, it will take place August 29th at 8:30 AM.

@MissRune363 Right now, as you've already noted, only nine test locations are open.

Though, you're not late: if you go on to the website, you will notice that the final date to register is July 15th (and midnight at that). I'm not in a position to know whether more test locations will be released or not; however, (i) there is a possibility that the dearth of locations is related to COVID, or it simply has always been this way, and (ii) some people on Reddit have claimed that, upon registering, they received an email stating that their test location was moved. Whether that will happen to those of us in Ontario, I'm not quite sure.

When I registered for the LSAT last July, I remember the locations actually showing an address. But when I look to register now, it just says "Toronto test location", for example. Do you know if the addresses will be updated? 

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27 minutes ago, culitigator said:

When I registered for the LSAT last July, I remember the locations actually showing an address. But when I look to register now, it just says "Toronto test location", for example. Do you know if the addresses will be updated? 

Did you check your email? I got some email a day after I registered saying that I've been reassigned (went from a specific testing location to just a general one, like "Toronto test centre"). The email said that they'll let me know 2 weeks before the test date... which is utter bs, but what can we do? I called them and they gave some generic reasoning like it was due to COVID, but apparently everyone is getting that email.

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12 minutes ago, GirlIKnow said:

Did you check your email? I got some email a day after I registered saying that I've been reassigned (went from a specific testing location to just a general one, like "Toronto test centre"). The email said that they'll let me know 2 weeks before the test date... which is utter bs, but what can we do? I called them and they gave some generic reasoning like it was due to COVID, but apparently everyone is getting that email.

I havent officially signed up yet. I wanted to check what the location meant before I did! But ya I feel like this is just their way of telling us it'll be flex ...which is quite disappointing lol. 

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