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Identification Accepted

For LSAT Admission

To take the LSAT, you must present a physical, valid international passport or a physical, valid government-issued photo ID issued by the United States of America, U.S. Territories, Canada, or Australia. The ID must sufficiently authenticate your identity to your remote proctor and LSAC. The ID must be current (or have expired within 6 months of your test date) and must contain

To take the LSAT, you must present a physical, valid international passport or a physical, valid government-issued photo ID issued by the United States of America, U.S. Territories, Canada, or Australia. The ID must sufficiently authenticate your identity to your remote proctor and LSAC. The ID must be current (or have expired within 6 months of your test date) and must contain.

Please note that, by law, U.S. military IDs cannot be photographed and thus cannot be used for online testing.

Acceptable Forms of ID

Please note: Test takers must present either an international passport or a government-issued photo ID issued by the United States of America, U.S. Territories, Canada, or Australia.

Common forms of acceptable identification include (but are not limited to):

  • Passport book
  • Driver’s license
  • State- or province-issued ID card issued in the United States of America, a U.S. Territory, Canada, or Australia
  • U.S. Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
  • Canadian Permanent Resident Card
  • Certain Canadian health care benefit cards

The following items are NOT acceptable for taking the LSAT or LSAT Writing: Social Security card, Social Insurance card, birth certificate, credit card (including those with photo), ID expired for more than 6 months prior to your test date, photocopied ID, employee ID (even for government employees), student ID, or U.S. military ID card (Common Access Card or CAC — by law, U.S. military IDs cannot be photographed and thus cannot be used for online testing).

Biographical Information Changes

You are responsible for making sure all biographical information in your LSAC file is correct, accurate, and consistent (e.g., legal name, date of birth, Social Security/Social Insurance number, and LSAC account number). Failure to provide accurate and consistent information could prevent you from taking the LSAT or could result in errors, processing delays, file reviews, and possible referral. If you need to make changes to the information in your account profile, please follow the instructions below. Should LSAC become aware of a discrepancy in your biographical information, you will be notified in writing and asked to provide the correct information. You might also be asked to provide documentation to support the biographical information change. In some instances, a reporting hold may be placed on your file until the matter is resolved. This hold will prevent your LSAT score from being released and CAS Reports from being sent to the law schools to which you apply.

Legal First and Last Name

If you have an LSAC JD account, you can make updates to your legal first and last name through your LSAC online account. Visit the “Profile” page included in the “My Account” menu to make changes.

Date of Birth

All requests for changes to your date of birth must include a copy of your government-issued identification for verification purposes. Requests for changes received without a copy of your identification will not be processed.

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