Breaking News: Top Law Schools Now Accept the GRE instead of the LSAT
Twenty top law programs, including: Harvard, Columbia, Georgetown, Northwestern, and Penn now accept GREscores from law school applicants in lieu of LSATscores!
If you are unsure of which exam to take, take a look at this U.S. News & World Report articlefeaturing Arete’s founder and CEO, Nikki Geula!
Here are some FAQs regarding the tests:
How many times can a student take both exams?Students can take the GRE once a monthwhereasthe LSAT may only be taken up to three times in a two-year period.
What are the most difficult components of each exam? Traditionally, the logic games on the LSAT tend to stump test takers. At Arete, we make sure our students learn multiple ways to approach these questions so there are no surprises on test day. Time is limited, so it is critical to approach the questions efficiently.
On the GRE, students need to shore up their math skills, drill vocabulary, and root words. Timing can be an issue for some students on the GRE. Mastering the various verbal and math question types will help with time management and confidence the day of the test.
Arete Tip: The best way to determine which test is the better fit is to take a practice test. Call Areteto schedule a practice test today!
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