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May 15, 2017

Welcome back! Today, we’re talking with Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT, about the future of the LSAT. The test is, in large part, the same as it has always been and it has enjoyed a protracted monopoly in the law school admissions process, but could that be changing? Tune in for more!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • New “competition” for the LSAT: Harvard will begin accepting GRE scores in lieu of LSAT scores in their admissions process
  • The reasoning and possible motivation behind the change
  • Ways in which the LSAT and GRE are similar and different
  • How this change might affect candidates in the law school admissions process and the future of law school admissions, generally
  • The incorporation of technology in the digital LSAT pilot program taking place this year
  • Signs along your LSAT journey that might indicate you’re better off choosing another path – and there’s nothing wrong with that!


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