Survey: 25 Percent of Law Schools to Accept GRE

In a survey of admissions officials from 128 law schools, released today by Kaplan Test Prep, a full 25 percent say accepting the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) instead of Law School Admissions Test ( LSAT) scores is an admission policy they plan on implementing. In a similar survey last year, only 14 percent of law schools said they were thinking of accepting the GRE. Also, this year 45 percent say they have no plans to do so, a drop from 56 percent who ruled it out in last year’s survey; and 30 percent are not sure, the same as in 2016. Above the Law has more.

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