I signed up for the lsat, but it says my ticket isnt available to print. what does that mean?
Doubt it means anything important.
Just means that your seating ticket isn't ready yet. But, be sure to print a copy off and READ it as soon as it's available and print another copy off 24 hours before the exam and read that one, too.
The reason why you should read your ticket is twofold. First of all, something might be wrong on it. Secondly, the ticket is 4 pages long and has all LSAT rules on it. Make sure you follow them to a letter, because not all testing centers are created equal. While some let you get away with violations (e.g., digital watches and timers), others will do what the ticket says will happen -- you get ejected and reported to LSAC.