College of Law > Admission & Aid > JD Admission > Prospective Student FAQ
Your LSAT score is important in the admissions process, but it is only one factor among many factors that are considered by the Admission Committee. While our median score for the Fall 2020 class is 155, we do not have a "cut-off" or minimum score for admission. The Committee will thoroughly review your entire application. Additional important factors in the decision are your undergraduate academic record, personal statement, academic recommendations, work experience, extracurricular activities, diversity and potential for leadership.
We encourage applicants to frequently check their application status online. Applicants may also check on the status of their application by emailing the Office of Law Admissions at email@example.com.
You should take the LSAT approximately one year before you intend to begin law school. For example, if you plan to begin law school in Fall 2021, you should plan to take the test in October 2020 or possibly December 2020. Taking the February administration in the same year you are seeking admission (2021) will put you at a disadvantage in the admissions process.
We do not have the resources to offer evaluative interviews to the 2,000 applicants who apply for admission each year. Any information that you would convey in a personal interview should be conveyed in your personal statement. We do, however, encourage applicants to attend one of our small group information sessions. You can schedule a visit by registering to attend a vitual information session online.
Typically, once our office receives all required application materials, an application will be marked as complete and will be sent to the Admissions Committee for review. However, if you have indicated a future LSAT registration in your applicaiton, we will automatically hold your application for review until we receive your score. If you would like the hold to be removed and your application to be reviewed based on the existing LSAT score(s) on file, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that all admissions decisions, including scholarships awards, are final. The Admissions Committee will not re-consider an admission decision, including scholarship award, due to a newly submitted LSAT score later in the application cycle. You may, however, reapply for admission in the next year.
Yes, we currently accept the LSAT Flex in addition to the traditional LSAT for the foreseeable future. For registration deadlines and test dates, please visit LSAC website.