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Yes its all about the Numbers GPA and LSAT Score PDF Print E-mail
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The two main figures that determine law school admissions are grade-point averages and LSAT scores.  Obviously, the top ranked law schools look for a high ranking on both.  Harvard Law School (HLS) reported to the American Bar Association (ABA) that their 75/25 percentile GPAs  and LSAT scores for school year 2007/2008 were 3.95/3.75 and 175/170, respectively (this information was obtained from HLS website).  For the same school year, of the 6,984 applicants to HLS, HLS gave admission offers to only 12% of them, or 817 . 
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About the LSAT PDF Print E-mail
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The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is one of the inevitable steps that will take-up a great deal of your time during your law school application process.  The LSAT is basically a standardized test developed by the Law School Admissions Service.  The test is supposed to be designed to indicate a potential candidate’s ability to succeed in her/his first year of law school.  Though most previous LSAT examinees may strongly disagree, it is a necessary step in the law school admissions process and should be taken seriously because the test does impact your overall desirability to potential law schools.
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