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Is it possible to get admission in Law school without LSAT?
Asked by: bpleo
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Posted on Mon, 23 Jun 2008 14:59:27 GMT
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Does any law school in United States accept application from students who haven't taken LSAT test?
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Yes it is possible to get admission in some of the law schools without LSAT too. Some universities including Massachusetts School of Law accept admission applications without LSAT too.

However, to get admission in much reputed law schools in United States, you surely have to do LSAT because LSAT score plays vital role in admission approval process and even in scholarships.

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