Tell Me More

A) Many people are skeptical of this claim, partly because the law schools themselves will aggressively deny it, and partly because we've got a vested interest in convincing you that it's true.

So don't believe us; check out the numbers for yourself on LSAC's own website, which will show you that even a big move in GPA will have less impact on admissions at each school than a small change in LSAT score. We've seen situations where just 2 MORE POINTS of LSAT score DOUBLED a student's chances of admission at certain schools!

You can find the LSAC admissions likelihood calculator here:


then click "LSAC data search,"

then plug in different combinations of GPA and LSAT score and select the different admissions likelihood ranges to see how your target schools move around as you change the numbers.