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I'm applying to an academic program that is requesting results from any standardized tests that I have taken. I need to upload a copy of my LSAT results.

I wrote the November 2020 Flex, and can see my score on the website, but can't find anywhere that I can actually download a copy of the results (ie PDF form). At the bottom of the page, I can see where the IRR, Answer Sheet, etc should all be posted, but there is nothing actually posted there....only little "not yet available" icons.
Will this ever be available, or is it only for disclosed tests?

Anyone able to tell me where I can download a copy of my test score?

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Hi nowornever!

I'm not super familiar with the LSAC interface but you can contact LSAC to ask them if there is a way to download your results as a pdf directly from the website. But the November 2020 Flex is undisclosed so you will not be receiving your answer sheet or section breakdown. I would check with your academic program about what they consider to be a valid uploading of your results. If they consider it valid, you could just save the web page showing your score as a pdf and upload that.

Hope this helps! Good luck!

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Thanks, Kelsey! I'll reach out to LSAC.

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