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A prelaw student should take the Law School Aptitude Test (LSAT) in the summer following her junior year. Undergraduate grades and LSAT scores are the most important criteria in law school admissions. Application to law school is made through a centralized Law School Data Assembly Service (LSDAS) the summer following the junior year. Most law schools admit new students only in the fall semester.

In addition to their major adviser students in pre-law will have a pre-law advisor. This faculty member should be consulted for assistance in selecting electives and be advised on progress in the major. Prearranged appointments will enable the pre-law advisor to review progress and suggest additional strategies.

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