Law Schools Say: Please Come, No LSAT Required

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More schools no longer require students to sit for grueling test and are letting applicants take GRE in effort to draw from broader pool of students

This year, you can get into a top law school without taking the LSAT.

Some of the nation’s law schools—including at Harvard and Georgetown—are letting applicants take the Graduate Record Examination instead of the Law School Admission Test. The schools say they are changing in part to attract students from a wider variety of backgrounds, particularly with science, engineering and math experience.

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