Question by  amitsaraogi80 (30)

What score do I have to get on the ACT or SAT to get into law school?


Answer by  LLove (33)

The ACT and SAT are used to get into an undergrad program, you have to check with the school to find their requirement. To get into law school you have to take the LSAT after undergrad. A good LSAT score is 160 or above out of 180.


Answer by  toastedcheese (216)

A law degree is a graduate degree, so you will attend law school after you complete your undergraduate work. In other words, it doesn't matter what scores you got on tests you took in high school. What does matter is your LSAT score. The average LSAT score is 151. 160 and higher is a very good score.


Answer by  suejanesmith (76)

Your ACT or SAT scores do not matter. You need to do well in your undergraduate studies and well on the LSAT. Of course you need a good ACT or SAT score to get into college, but I doubt law admission committees will look at them.


Answer by  Spazman667 (259)

There is no defined score that one must make on his ACT or SAT to get into law school but one must pass the bar exam.


Answer by  Sharyl (340)

I am not sure you need to take the sat or act for law school, you need it to get into college if you have been out of high school less than 2 years, but you need 4 years of college before law school.

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