I talked to a NW admission's officer at a law school fair and they indicated to me that while most people apply for the joint degree before matriculating (and apply through Kellogg), it is possible to apply for the joint degree program in the first year of law school. Next question was will I need a GMAT score. She said that it would not be required but they would take a look at it.
I do plan on applying for a joint degree at whatever law school I ultimately attend. So, the question is, after the October LSat should I spend a few months studying for the GMAT to have a solid score in the bank? Or is this largely going to be something that 'looks good', but, doesn't add much if anything to an application? Any information of specific schools from people that have applied during the first year of law school with/without a GMAT score would be appreciated.
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