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ID for test day

ibasheibashe Legacy Member
edited September 2016 in General 25 karma
Hi guys,

Does anyone know if a services card would count as an acceptable form of ID for test day? I just called LSAC to ask, but the person that answered didn't seem too sure and told me to send a photo of the ID to be sure. Hopefully someone here has used one as an ID before and knows?

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  • NanchitoNanchito Yearly Member
    edited September 2016 1754 karma
    Acceptable Forms of ID
    Common forms of acceptable identification include, but are not limited to
    passport book
    passport card
    driver’s license
    state or province-issued ID card
    US military ID card (Common Access Card, or CAC)
    US Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
    Canadian Permanent Resident Card
    national ID card
    consular ID card
    certain Canadian health care benefit cards


    http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/day-of-test
    http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/day-of-test/acceptable-id
  • LSATKingsmanLSATKingsman Alum Member
    edited September 2016 1024 karma
    When in doubt call and ask. You don't want to be at the test center saying:

    "LSATKingsman said this was acceptable!"

    Plus I don't nor does anyone here have much pull at LSAC headquarters.
  • SprinklesSprinkles Alum Member
    11536 karma
    @nanchito with the links
  • NanchitoNanchito Yearly Member
    1754 karma
    lsac smh, that's just unacceptable.
  • ibasheibashe Legacy Member
    25 karma
    Thanks for the replies @nanchito and @LSATKingsman :) When I spoke to the representative she didn't know whether or not services cards would fall under "certain Canadian health care benefits cards". I sent in a photo of the ID, so I guess I have to wait until lsac emails me back now.
  • Cant Get RightCant Get Right Alum Member Sage 🍌
    26297 karma
    @LSATKingsman said:
    You don't want to be at the test center saying: "LSATKingsman said this was acceptable!"
    For what it's worth, this would be good enough for me.
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