How Law Schools Use Multiple LSAT Scores

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Different schools use multiple LSAT scores in different ways when evaluating your law school application.

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LAW SCHOOL LISTS

The Book of Law School Lists is a yearly compilation of valuable information about ABA-approved law schools that allows you to make comparisons across multiple schools. Includes information about types of scholarships offered, deferrals, loan repayment programs, academic programs, clinical programs, how law schools use your multiple LSAT scores, etc.   

You should still consult individual law school websites for the most current information, but this resource allows you to quickly find information about different elements quickly and in one place. 

2015 – 2016 edition

 

LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST (LSAT) - HOW LAW SCHOOLS USE MULTIPLE SCORES

The Book of Law School Lists publication above can also help you find out what different schools do with your scores. Different schools use multiple scores in different ways when evaluating your application. Some examples of the differences are:

  • Use only your highest score
  • Place the greatest emphasis on your highest score
  • Use your highest score but consider all scores
  • Use your highest score if there are only two scores; otherwise, average the scores
  • Average your LSAT scores
  • Average your scores if your most recent is your highest score
  • Average your scores unless an explanation of multiple takings is provided
  • Consider all scores and average them

The Law School Lists publication can help you make quick comparisons, but you should always consult the law school website for the most current information as well.  

  2015 – 2016 edition

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  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
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  • Created On: Nov 7, 2016 - 1:26pm
  • Last Updated: Nov 7, 2016 - 1:26pm