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    Hello everyone!

    National Jurist is now incorporating LSAT scores into their rankings in a rather creative way. They have ranked the top law schools in terms of bar passage based on the LSAT’s predictive value. While the LSAT is technically not supposed to predict bar passage success, it’s not hard to see that a high bar passage rate looks more impressive if the students’ LSAT scores were relatively low.

    Indeed, schools are becoming increasingly concerned about their bar passage rate and are more closely examining applicant LSAT scores — particularly in light of the ABA’s crackdown on lax admissions standards.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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