What LSAT score do I need for University of Michigan?

What LSAT score do I need for University of Michigan?

JD Admissions Statistics

Applied 7,693
Enrolled 313
25%/Median/75% UGPA 3.61/3.84/3.93
25%/Median/75% LSAT 166/171/172
First-generation College Graduation 15%

How long are LSAT scores valid?

five testing years
An LSAT (or LSAT-Flex) result is reportable for up to five testing years after the testing year in which the score is earned.

Is a 162 LSAT score good?

From your raw scores, the test is graded on an LSAT score scale from 120-180. The average LSAT score is about 150. To get into a top 14 law school, you need to score above 162, and to get into a top 50 law school, you need 154 or above.

What GPA is needed for Michigan Law school?

Admissions Statistics

Admissions Statistics 2020 2017
LSAT Score (Median) 169 167
LSAT Score (25th-75th percentile) 165-171 164-169
GPA (Median) 3.77 3.71
GPA Range (25th-75th percentile) 3.55-3.89 3.54-3.87

Is Michigan a good law school?

University of Michigan–Ann Arbor is ranked No. 10 in Best Law Schools. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Is LSAT more important than GPA?

While LSAT is the most important factor, GPA is still significant. When you get down into schools lower in the rankings (outside the top 10 schools), numbers alone become an even better predictor of how likely you are to get into a specific school. LSAT is still the more important number than GPA.

What LSAT score do I need for a full scholarship?

Did you know that 90% of students with LSAT scores between 166 and 180 will receive merit scholarships, compared to only 16% of those with an LSAT score below 140? That huge differential holds even at schools known for their generosity.

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