ABA panel considering making the LSAT optional

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Re: ABA panel considering making the LSAT optional

Postby edgarfigaro » Mon Jan 24, 2011 3:02 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
vanwinkle wrote:
edgarfigaro wrote:doesn't matter, USNWR already stated that even if ABA dropped the req., they'd still factor LSAT in the rankings.

Where did they say this?

Even if they did what is stop Michigan from making the LSAT optional and taking 50% students with 4.0's with no LSAT.

I'm assuming that USNWR would alter their formula to prevent the blatant gaming of the system.

And you've got to assume that most people will continue to take the LSAT just because otherwise they'd be limited as to where they're going. I'm also assuming that if you have a score, it'll have to be reported.

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