Laura Julia Shappirona
How much does the LSAT weigh in the entire admissions process. Are LSAT scores more or less important than internships, undergrad GPA, and work experience?
- Jennie Rothman expert @Laura Julia Shappirona Law schools look at the entire application package you put together and typically state that no one factor gets special weight in the decision-making process. So, it's important to put together an application that tells a compelling story as to why you should be admitted to the law school. That being said, you're more likely to be admitted to schools where your LSAT score is at least in the range of scores of students admitted in the past.