LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Oklahoma

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

LSAT Test Dates and Centers in Oklahoma

LSAT Testing Locations for September 21, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
CAMERON UNIVERSITY Lawton, OK 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Norman, OK 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Stillwater, OK 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 9/21/2019 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for October 28, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 10/28/2019 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for November 25, 2019

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
CAMERON UNIVERSITY Lawton, OK 11/25/2019 12:30:00 PM
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Norman, OK 11/25/2019 12:30:00 PM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 11/25/2019 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for January 13, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Norman, OK 1/13/2020 12:30:00 PM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 1/13/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for February 22, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Stillwater, OK 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 2/22/2020 8:30:00 AM

LSAT Testing Locations for March 30, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
CAMERON UNIVERSITY Lawton, OK 3/30/2020 12:30:00 PM
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Norman, OK 3/30/2020 12:30:00 PM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 3/30/2020 12:30:00 PM

LSAT Testing Locations for April 25, 2020

Test Center City/State Test Date and Time
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Stillwater, OK 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM
UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TULSA, OK 4/25/2020 8:30:00 AM

Oklahoma LSAT Testing Locations

The LSAT exam in Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Overview

In 1830, the US Congress passed a law on the resettlement to the west, in the newly created “Indian Territory” (the eastern part of modern Oklahoma), who lived east of the Mississippi River Indian peoples. Over the following decades, the “five civilized tribes” first moved here from the southeast of the United States, and later other Indian peoples from the Northeast and Midwest.

During the Civil War, the United States, under pressure from the South, withdrew its armed forces from Oklahoma, after which almost all Indian peoples (except the Cherokee) entered into alliance treaties with the Confederacy. After the end of the war , the US government announced the termination of agreements with the Indians who supported the southerners and forced them to conclude new ones. In the Indian Territory, slavery (previously widespread among the Indians) was banned, and some tribes that supported the Confederacy lost part of their lands. In the same period, the name “Oklahoma” was first proposed for the Indian Territory, which in the language of the Indians of the Choctaw people means “respectable people” (and in the Chickasaw language – “red people”, which is consonant with one of the state’s nicknames – “Land of the Redskins”).

In the late seventies and early eighties of the XIX century, the lands of Oklahoma, not occupied by Indians, became more and more attractive to white settlers. In 1889, the government allowed settlement to begin, and there were so many applicants that the distribution of allotments was carried out according to the principle of a “land race”: the site was occupied by the one who got to it first (hence another nickname – “State of the first to succeed”). On May 2, 1890, Oklahoma Territory was created, which included land west of Indian Territory.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Indian leaders tried to create their own state, which was supposed to be called “Sequoia” in honor of the famous creator of the Cherokee script. In 1905, the Sequoia Convention was convened, at which the delegates of the “five civilized tribes” adopted a draft constitution for the future state. In the same year, the decisions of the convention were supported by a majority of the residents of Indian Territory in a referendum, but the US government refused to accept this initiative. However, after the proposals of the Indian leaders were combined with the desire for statehood of the residents of the rapidly growing Oklahoma Territory, on November 16, 1907, Oklahoma became the forty-sixth state of the United States.

Now, about 660,000 people live in the capital and largest city of the state, Oklahoma City (and about 1,400,000 people in the urban agglomeration that has grown around it).

Traditionally important for the economy of Oklahoma is the extraction of minerals, primarily oil and natural gas. Although the industry in the state is not very developed, nevertheless, several enterprises of modern high-tech industries, including aerospace, operate here. The main areas of agriculture are the breeding of cattle (mainly for meat) and pigs, as well as the cultivation of wheat, soybeans, cotton and other field crops.