LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Arizona

By | July 27, 2019

LSAT, which stands for Law School Admission Test, is an exam that must be taken by applicants who plan to study in law degree programs of Arizona. This page provides a full list of LSAT test centers and their city locations within the state of Arizona. You can select one that is nearest to you. Also offered are the most recent test dates during 2019-2020 academic year. To check detailed LSAT testing locations and dates in Arizona, please see the following tables.

LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Arizona

LSAT Testing Locations for September 21, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE – WASHINGTON CAMPUS Phoenix, AZ 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TEMPE, AZ 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Tempe, AZ 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TUCSON, AZ 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE YUMA, AZ 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for October 28, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
Tempe Area Test Center Tempe, AZ 10/28/2019 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for November 25, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TEMPE, AZ 11/25/2019 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for January 13, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TEMPE, AZ 1/13/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for February 22, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE – WASHINGTON CAMPUS Phoenix, AZ 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Tempe, AZ 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TUCSON, AZ 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE YUMA, AZ 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for March 30, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE YUMA, AZ 3/30/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for April 25, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE – WASHINGTON CAMPUS Phoenix, AZ 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Tempe, AZ 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TUCSON, AZ 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE YUMA, AZ 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM

Arizona LSAT Testing Locations

The LSAT exam in Arizona may be held on weekends or public holidays. To make sure whether you will be available on a specific test date, you can visit COUNTRYAAH to check state-wide and national wide holidays in Arizona.

Arizona Geography

The southern (and partly western) parts of Arizona are characterized by desert plains, over which individual mountain ranges rise. It is here that mining (copper, gold, silver and others), one of the main branches of the Arizona economy, is mainly concentrated.

In southern Arizona is the Sonoran Desert, one of the largest and hottest deserts in the United States. It is here that the largest cities of the state are located – Phoenix and Tucson, in which most of the population of Arizona lives.

Northwest Arizona is occupied by the Mojave Desert, most of which is located in the neighboring state of Nevada.

The largest river in Arizona is, of course, the Colorado. Almost all the rivers of the state flow into it, it was the Colorado River that formed the famous Grand Canyon, it is on it (and on its tributaries) that the largest dams of Arizona were built (including the famous Hoover Dam).

In the 1970s and 1990s, the state built the giant Central Arizona Canal, diverting water from the Colorado River to irrigate the dry central and southern regions of the state.

The climate of Arizona is dry, in the south it is hot all year round, in the northern regions it is cooler. Precipitation mainly falls in early winter, brought in by winds from the Pacific Ocean, and during the summer, when moist air comes in from the Gulf of Mexico. In summer, along with monsoon rains, thunderstorms often come. In the mountains in the north of the state, snow falls quite often in winter.

The temperature in January in the area of ​​the largest city and the capital of the state of Arizona, Phoenix, ranges from 7°C to 19°C, in July – from 27°C to 42°C. In the north of Arizona, in Flagstaff, in January from -9°С to 6°С, in July – from 10°С to 28°С.

Fort Bowie National Historic Site

In the southwest corner of Arizona is the old Fort Bowie, which has become a national monument. The fort was built in 1862 near the town of Apache Springs on the Overland Mail Route. Today, it recalls a period of numerous and ruthless fighting between the original inhabitants – the Chirikav Apaches and white immigrants. It is therefore a monument dating back to the conquest and colonization of the Wild West.

In the past, there were very good relations between whites and Indians and they were able to live side by side without major problems. However, this situation was destroyed by a reckless and inexperienced US military officer named George Bascom, who wrongly accused the Chirikavian Indians of kidnapping several American children. The main suspect was the Chirikav chief Cochis, who was arrested and interrogated with his family. However, he managed to escape from prison and the Chirikavas therefore set out on the warpath. This marked the beginning of a period of mistrust, hostility and mutual accusations, which resulted in numerous bloody battles.

Anyone who passed through this area was just afraid of meeting the Indians or participating in a battle. In time, stagecoach traffic was stopped here and the famous Overland Mail Route was interrupted. All the settlements in its vicinity lived under constant fear, as did the city of Tucson. The Apaches were not afraid to attack even the American Order Army. Perhaps the worst battle between the Chiriks and the Americans took place on July 15 and 16, 1862 at Apache Pass. At that time, the Apaches ambushed General JH Carleton’s regiment, which was heading for New Mexico. After the battle, the government gave the order to build Fort Bowie.

At first, the fortress resembled a fortified military camp, but by 1868 it was a real impregnable fortress. For thirty years, it was able to withstand all the armed attacks that took place in the area. In 1886, the Indians finally surrendered and were imprisoned in Florida and Alabama. Fort Bowie was no longer used, it functioned as a travel stop for some time until in 1894 it was finally completely abandoned.

In 1911 the fortress was bought by a private owner and some of their buildings were dismantled. It was not until 1964 that the American authorities decided to make this place a national monument. Since then, the ruins of the fortress, which has witnessed many historical events, have been protected by the state. The surrounding pigskin buildings and Butterfield Stage Station are well maintained.