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February 23, 2013
Should Law Schools Start Using a Common Admissions Application Form?
An increasing number of undergraduate institutions are having would-be students fill out a common admissions application. The common application reduces the burden on the applicant who otherwise would have to fill out many similar, but not identical, forms:
The Common Application’s ranks will soon grow by 39 institutions, pushing its total membership over 500. The organization announced on Thursday that three new public flagships, including the University of Oklahoma, will join in 2013-14. Purdue and Temple Universities will also accept the popular application.
You can read more here. Maybe law schools should join together to construct their own common admissions application.
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