American Bar Association endorses dropping LSAT for law school admission

Posted on AllSides May 6th, 2022
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The American Bar Association favored dropping standardized tests from law school admissions in a newly released memo approved by the organization's strategic review committee.

The shift in the bar's position to make standardized admissions tests optional could substantially affect how the Law School Admissions Test, which law school applicants are currently required to complete, is used in law school admissions.

"Eliminating the requirement of a 'valid and reliable' admission test also eliminates some of the challenges inherent in determining which tests are in fact valid and reliable for law school admissions, although of course law schools...

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