The LSAT is taken by students planning to attend law schools across the US and Canada, but the test is administered internationally, as the LSAT continues to spread across the globe. (Refer to this blog post we wrote about the LSAT abroad.)
In Korea, the LSAT is offered in only two locations (though never at both test centers concurrently). If you wish to take the June test, you can do so at the Duksung Women’s University in the capital city of Seoul. For the September/ December, and February tests, those are all administered at Yonsei University (also found in the capital city).
If you have any questions about taking the LSAT in Korea, go to LSAC for more information.
LSAC advises that students abroad register for the LSAT as soon as possible, as testing center space is limited. A complete list of test dates and deadlines can be found here. You can register online through your LSAC.org account or by calling LSAC at 215.968.1001.
All international LSAT administrations are nondisclosed, meaning that students will only receive access to their LSAT score, score band, percentile rank, and writing sample. The text of the LSAT and LSAT answers are not included in the score reports.
In Korea, the limited number of test takers makes for fewer on-the-ground LSAT preparation options. However, there are still many high-quality LSAT preparation options available to LSAT takers there, including PowerScore’s Live Online LSAT courses, On Demand LSAT courses, self-study using LSAT preparation books like the LSAT Bibles, and online LSAT tutoring.
For more information on applying to get a JD, visit LSAC’s website here.
Photo North Korea from the DMZ courtesy of Jan Christian Teller.