Standardized Tests

All applicants for admission are required to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). When completing your application, you will indicate if you plan to take any future LSAT administrations. Please be aware that your application will not be reviewed until the test scores you listed have been received. If you decide not to take a future LSAT on the date(s) you list, please inform the Admissions Office to prevent a delay in the review of your application. Once the Admissions Committee has reviewed your application, its decision is final.

The January 2025 LSAT administration is the latest recommended test date for candidates seeking admission to the 2025 entering class. A score is reportable for up to five testing years after the testing year in which the score is earned. LSAT testing years run from July 1 through June 30. See for more information. If an applicant has taken the test more than once, the Admissions Committee will view all reported test dates and scores, with the highest score earned considered in admission review. To register for the LSAT, please go to

You may apply with a GRE score if you meet all the criteria below and you have received prior permission from the Admissions Office.

  • you have completed the GRE Request Form and received approval and
  • you have never taken the LSAT and
  • you do not plan to take the LSAT before September 2025 and
  • you are not applying for one of our binding decision programs, all of which require an LSAT score.