Tagged: law school GRE acceptance
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law says it has had enough students who have taken both the LSAT and GRE and it has hired an outside company to evaluate the feasibility of accepting the GRE for admissions. We expect the school to make an announcement on its standardized test requirement by the end of the summer.
Meanwhile, ETS, which administers the GRE, is planning to complete a study by August that includes data from 13 schools and, presumably, will be a more robust and statistically significant than any that can be undertaken by a single school acting on its own. We’re aware that many schools are anxiously awaiting the EST study results due to either a lack of GRE data among its own students and/or a lack of funds.
Simply put, the current glacial pace of law school GRE acceptance could very quickly accelerate to light speed.
Best of luck with your applications!
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