With the approach of Hurricane Joaquin, a number of areas along the east coast are experiencing severe weather, with flooding so extreme that several test centers have closed and will not be offering the October 3rd LSAT. LSAC has an updated list of closed centers here: http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat-cancellationsSo far, only the following administration sites have announced closures:
- Maryland: University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD
- South Carolina: College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
- Virginia: Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
- Oregon: Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, OR (this center's closing is not weather-related)
If you're enrolled to take the test at one of the above locations, LSAC will contact you directly with instructions on how to proceed. Chances are good that you'll take the LSAT at a later date, meaning the exam you take will be different from the LSAT given tomorrow, and nondisclosed: like the February LSAT, you'll see a final score, but won't be given a copy of the test itself. This is unlikely to significantly affect your score release date, however, so plan on having your results at the same time as other, regularly-scheduled test takers.
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