Pre-law Information - Law School Admission Requirements



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Law School Admission Requirements: GPA and LSAT

  • Law School Admission Council (LSAC)

    Welcome to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). We are committed to easing the law school admission process for law schools, prelaw advisors, and prospective law students.

  • Law School Admission Test

    The LSAT is composed of five multiple-choice sections and 1 essay section. This practice exam will only cover the multiple choice sections of the exam. Two of the five sections will be Logical Reasoning, one will be Analytical Reasoning, one will be Reading Comprehension. The last section is an experimental section. This section can be any of the previous four.

  • Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - The Basics

    Interested in going back to graduate school and getting a law degree? All law schools approved by the American Bar Association require law school students to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Most law schools give strong consideration to the LSAT score of each college student applying for a law degree at their school, along with the studentís grades in their bachelors degree, when determining admissions into their law school programs. In other words, a good score on the LSAT can be critical to getting into the school of your choice.

  • Learn the 5 Deciding Factors in Law School Admissions

    The following five factors are weighed most heavily in making admissions decisions, as well as in distribution of invaluable merit-based aid.

  • LSAT Admission Ticket - Test Day

    Whether you register for the LSAT online and print out your ticket yourself, or you receive a ticket in the mail, you must take the ticket with you to the test center. Your ticket will contain the following pertinent information: reporting time, reporting address, test center instructions, and test center procedures.

  • LSAT Blog - Ace the LSAT

    I'm a professional LSAT tutor, and I post tips here every week. Subscribe (for free) and get ready to kick butt on the big exam!

  • LSAT-Center

    LSAT-Center.com was developed ten years ago to level the playing field in law school admissions. We provide free LSAT prep so that students from all financial backgrounds can have an fair chance to go to the law school of their choice. Today, with over one million site visitors to date, LSAT Center has become the leading website for law school applicants. We have an unparalled free 300-page LSAT prep guide, our Socrates LSAT Games Demo, articles and invaluable tips for getting into law school.

  • Master of Laws (LLM) - Admissions Requirements - Harvard Law School

    To be considered for the LL.M. Program, an applicant must have a J.D. (Juris Doctor) from an accredited U.S. law school or a first law degree (J.D., LL.B. or the equivalent) from a foreign law school. Harvard Law School is rarely able to accept into its LL.M. Program anyone who already holds or is pursuing an LL.M. or equivalent degree from another law school in the United States.

  • UGPA and LSAT Score Search

    LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools

  • What Is Considered a Good GPA?

    College students worry whether their GPA is good or bad. When evaluating their GPA, a student should consider whether they plan to enter the job market after college, attend graduate school, or go to a professional school.


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