LSAT or GRE? Some law schools say giving applicants an option may improve diversity
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Some law schools are starting to wonder if the test they have long used for admissions — the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) — may have created barriers to a more diverse applicant pool. That’s why about two dozen law schools, including Harvard University’s, started offering applicants an option to submit a more common standardized test, the GRE. The policy is only a few years old but admissions officials say it seems to be working.
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