LSAT Leader Urges Caution in Law Schools' Use of GRE



The floodgates have opened up for a change that could undo a virtual monopoly on how undergrads get into law school, with Northwestern and Georgetown joining Harvard and the University of Arizona in accepting GRE scores. But the rush to embrace the GRE has its critics—including, not unexpectedly, Kellye Testy, the new president of the Law School Admission Council, which administers the LSAT.

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