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Importance of LSAT

john_kingstonjohn_kingston Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
edited July 2007 in Law School
let say you are a Rhodes Scholar, Marshall Scholar etc, do you still need a top LSAT score to get a place at top 20 law schools?
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Replies to: Importance of LSAT

  • ab_medab_med Registered User Posts: 465 Member
    rhodes scholars students usually have no problem achieving top LSAT scores, though.
  • Bieu203Bieu203 Registered User Posts: 120 Junior Member
    I don't think Oxford requires LSAT. I actually think becoming a Rhodes Scholar is 23273827837382738728378273 more difficult than getting into the top 20 law schools
  • john_kingstonjohn_kingston Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    i know. i mean if a rhodes scholar apply to a top 20 law school, would the law schools be more lenient on them regarding LSAT scores because of their impressive Rhodes Scholarship
  • baller4lyfeballer4lyfe Registered User Posts: 1,214 Senior Member
    No dude, nothing can replace the importance of the LSAT. They don't care what you get from whom - you need to get what they want (a high lsat). They could care less what others give you.
  • Bieu203Bieu203 Registered User Posts: 120 Junior Member
    Again, if you can win the Rhodes Scholarship, meaning your intellectual abilities are more than capable...so achieving high LSATs is not a problem.
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