Monday, May 9, 2016

Arizona Law Will Allow Using the GRE Instead of the LSAT

Trouble is brewing as the University of Arizona Law School takes on the monopoly of the Law School Admission Council. From the Wall Street Journal:

Arizona Law has started allowing applicants to take the Graduate Record Examination test in lieu of the LSAT, a move the school hopes will expand and diversify the pool of students considering enrolling…

Arizona Law, based in Tucson, says a study it conducted with the makers of the GRE convinced the school that the GRE is a reliable standardized substitute.

But the change of its requirements has drawn them into a clash with Newtown, Pa.,-based Law School Admission Council Inc., which controls the LSAT and acts as a key application clearinghouse for more than 200 law schools across the nation.

You can read more here.


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