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Law School to Allow Select Students to Apply Without LSATs

U of Alabama LawThe University of Alabama School of Law will allow a select group of Honors College students to apply without providing results from the Law School Admissions Test.

The Tuscaloosa-based law school says it is “streamlining” the admissions process for the Alabama Honors College students.

To be eligible, the students must be Alabama residents and have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.75.

Those Honors College students who want to be eligible for a scholarship will still have to provide an LSAT score.

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  • Anonymous

    how is this fair???

 

 

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