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We just blogged that Penn State will be accepting the GRE, but only for joint-degree applicants. We’re happy to see not all momentum has been lost after last August’s ABA meeting.
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We just blogged that FIU just became the first law school in Southern Florida to accept the GRE as well as the LSAT.
We just blogged about SMU Dedman School of Law’s decision to begin accepting the GRE.
We just blogged that Yale Law School is also accepting the GRE. With all due respect to SMU, FIU, Penn State, etc., this school’s decision has the best chance of fully opening the floodgates.
Penn State Law just announced that it will now accept the GRE from all applicants beginning immediately.
We just blogged that UC Irvine and University of Alabama are the two latest schools to accept the GRE. Furthermore, both schools are accepting the GRE from all applicants and neither mentioned anything about their decisions being limited-time pilot programs.
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