The LSAT is taken by students wishing to attend law schools throughout the US and Canada, but the test is administered across the globe, as the LSAT continues to spread internationally. (We wrote this blog post a few years back about the LSAT moving to international test centers.)
In Italy, the LSAT is offered in only one location: in Rome at the Istituto Mater Dolorosa.
While there is only one location option in Italy, the LSAT is offered there in February, June, September/October, and December. A complete list of test dates and deadlines can be found here.
LSAC advises that international students register for the LSAT as early as possible, as space at each testing center is limited. Students can register online through their LSAC.org account or by calling LSAC at 215.968.1001.
You should refer to your LSAC.org account for the most up-to-date information regarding open test centers. For the most current information about taking the LSAT in Italy, or if you have any questions, refer to LSAC for more information.
Keep in mind that all international LSAT administrations are nondisclosed, meaning that students will only receive access to their LSAT score, score band, percentile rank, and writing sample. Students don't get a copy of the LSAT questions, answer sheet, the correct answers, or the score conversion sheet.
In Italy, the use of the LSAT is a relatively new phenomenon, and as such there are not many 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.
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