LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Maine

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 Maine. This page provides a full list of LSAT test centers and their city locations within the state of Maine. 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 Maine, please see the following tables.

LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Maine

LSAT Testing Locations for September 21, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
BOWDOIN COLLEGE Brunswick, ME 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Orono, ME 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE Portland, ME 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
COLBY COLLEGE WATERVILLE, ME 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for November 25, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Orono, ME 11/25/2019 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for January 13, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE Portland, ME 1/13/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for February 22, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
BOWDOIN COLLEGE BRUNSWICK, ME 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Orono, ME 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE Portland, ME 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
COLBY COLLEGE WATERVILLE, ME 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for March 30, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Orono, ME 3/30/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for April 25, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
BOWDOIN COLLEGE BRUNSWICK, ME 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Orono, ME 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
COLBY COLLEGE WATERVILLE, ME 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM

Maine LSAT Testing Locations

The LSAT exam in Maine 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 Maine.

Maine State Overview

Maine has a humid continental climate, with warm, humid summers and cold (especially in the north of the state), snowy winters.

The first European explorer of the territory of the modern state of Maine was in 1604 the famous French pioneer Samuel de Champlain. At the beginning of the 17th century, the French founded several Catholic missions and a trading post here. Soon, the British also made claims to these lands, and from the seventies of the 17th century and for a century, the territory of the state of Maine served as the cause of constant disputes, conflicts and wars. Only with the end of the French and Indian War in 1763 did England establish full control over the region.

The people of Maine (which was then part of Massachusetts) actively participated in the Revolutionary War. The “Burning of Falmouth” in 1775 entered the history of the United States, when British ships set fire to the port of Falmouth (modern Portland), and the landing force completed the destruction of the city.

Maine gained statehood in 1820 as part of the Missouri Compromise. Then, to maintain balance in the US CongressThe United States simultaneously included two new states – slave-owning Missouri and Maine, in which slavery was prohibited.

Maine is a sparsely populated state with about 70,000 residents in its largest city, Portland, and about 20,000 people in the state capital, Augusta.

Maine has a very large ethnic French and Francophone population (only New Hampshire has more of any US state). This is due to the state’s history as well as its proximity to the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec.