Friday, November 17, 2017

St. John’s will Accept GRE Scores instead of LSAT Scores

St. John’s Law School joins the small, but growing number of law schools that will accept GRE scores in place of LSAT scores.  From the official announcement:

St. John’s University School of Law announced today that it will accept Graduate Record Exam (GRE®) scores starting with applications for Fall 2018 admission to its J.D. program. St. John’s and Columbia Law School are now the only two law schools in New York State accepting GRE scores. 

In addition to the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), the School of Law will now accept the GRE, or both scores, for Fall 2018. The announcement was made by St. John’s University School of Law Dean Michael A. Simons, who said the decision came after a Faculty Council discussion.

You can read more here.

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