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Law School Admissions

Although no one factor is usually the sole basis for an admission decision, law schools tend to base their admissions decisions heavily on a combination of the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score (or GRE for some schools) and the undergraduate GPA, with the former carrying slightly more weight. Your personal statement and letters of recommendation will also be taken into consideration, as well as how well rounded you are (particularly when the school is making a decision between equally qualified candidates).