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Do you have to cancel your score to qualify for the free retake?

marbl2020marbl2020 Legacy Member

I know July takers will have the unique option to cancel their score and retake the test free of charge. What I want to know is, what if I want to retake but don't want to cancel my score? Does that mean I have to cough up another 200 bucks to LSAC?

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  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Alum Member
    5244 karma

    Yes, from what I've seen I'm pretty sure that you're correct.

  • lsatprep_tcanlsatprep_tcan Legacy Member
    6 karma

    Can you withdraw from the july's test and take it in sep/oct for free?

  • AudaciousRedAudaciousRed Alum Member
    2689 karma

    Yeah. I think it only counts towards cancellations. If you like your score and keep it, you don't get a freebie.

  • EAnn8771EAnn8771 Alum Member
    edited July 2019 126 karma

    @ramandielham from my understanding you only get the fee waiver if you see your score and cancel it; if you withdraw you do not fall into that category and therefore, unfortunately, will not get the fee waiver for a future test.

  • ExcludedMiddleExcludedMiddle Alum Member
    737 karma

    @Emily8771 said:
    @ramandielham from my understanding you only get the fee waiver if you see your score and cancel it; if you withdraw you do not fall into that category and therefore, unfortunately, will not get the fee waiver for a future test.

    Unless you signed up for the July test using a fee waiver, in which case you could withdraw and still keep the fee waiver.

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