Typical median scoring variations are usually within a one-point range year to year, but several top-ranked schools reported a boost in the median by as much as three points. Legal experts attributed the rising scores to a double-digit jump in applications and the switch to remote testing.
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LSAT Scores Through the Roof As Applications Surge
Median Law School Admission Test scores have spiked at an “eye-popping” rate, according to law schools across the nation. So reports Reuters.
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