LSAT Test Dates and Centers in North Dakota

By | July 28, 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 North Dakota. This page provides a full list of LSAT test centers and their city locations within the state of North Dakota. 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 North Dakota, please see the following tables.

LSAT Test Dates and Centers in North Dakota

LSAT Testing Locations for September 21, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
DICKINSON STATE UNIVERSITY Dickinson, ND 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for January 13, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
Grand Forks Area Test Center Grand Forks, ND 1/13/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for February 22, 2020 and April 25, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time

4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM

North Dakota LSAT Testing Locations

The LSAT exam in North Dakota 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 North Dakota.

Nature of North Dakota

The state of North Dakota is located in the Midwest of the United States and belongs to the northwestern central states of the United States. The area of ​​North Dakota is 183,272 km 2 (nineteenth place among the states of the USA.

North Dakota is bordered by Canada to the north, Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, and Montana to the west.

North Dakota is located in the central part of North America, in the city of Rugby there is even an obelisk symbolizing the “center of the continent”.

Most of North Dakota is part of the United States Central Time Zone, the southwestern counties are part of the Mountain Time Zone.

On the territory of North Dakota, three main physical and geographical regions are distinguished – the Great Plains, the “Smoothed Prairie” and the Red River Valley.

Eastern North Dakota is the valley of the Red River (sometimes referred to as the “Red River of the North” to distinguish it from the “Red River of the South” which flows through Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana). The river itself forms the border between North Dakota and Minnesota, and its valley is an almost flat lowland that was once the bottom of a lake formed by a melting glacier. The fertile lands of the Red River Valley are excellent for farming.

The Pembina Escarpment separates the eastern lowlands from the central region of North Dakota known as the ” Drift Prairie “. It is a hilly plain with numerous lakes, formed by a drifting glacier. The height of the relief here gradually rises from 600 to 1200 meters above sea level, and the land is also actively used in agriculture.

In the north of the state, Turtle Mountain Plateau rises 100-120 meters above the surrounding area.

The Western Counties of North Dakota are part of the United States Great Plains. To the southwest of the prairies of the central part of the state rises the Missouri Plateau, and further south, beyond the Missouri River, are the so-called “badlands” (“bad lands”), vast hilly and ravine-indented territories with clay soils and numerous rocky outcrops. It is here that the highest point of North Dakota is located – White Bute Rock (1,069 meters above sea level).

One of the most popular tourist attractions in North Dakota is also located here – Theodore Roosevelt National Park (named after the twenty-sixth President of the United States, who liked to come here to hunt). Bison live in the park today, as well as elks, white-tailed deer, wild horses, bighorns, almost two hundred species of birds and many other animals.

North Dakota has a continental climate with pronounced seasons (long, cold winters and warm summers), arid in the west, and slightly more rainy in the eastern counties.

In the state’s largest city, Fargo, located in the Red River Valley, the average temperature of the coldest winter month ranges from -18°C to -8°C, and the hottest summer month ranges from 15°C to 28°C. In winter, a lot of snow falls here, and in summer, rains and thunderstorms are frequent. In the capital of North Dakota, Bismarck (on the Great Plains in the center of the state), in January, the thermometer usually ranges from -17°C to -5°C, and in July – from 14°C to 29°C. In the northwest, in the city of Williston, the average temperature in winter is from -19°C to -7°C, and in summer – from 13°C to 28°C.