Law School Admission Council
Newtown, PA 18940-0998
Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test required for admission to law school. Applicants can register for the test online at www.lsac.org or by obtaining a registration form by calling LSAC at 215-968-1001.
How does ONU Law treat multiple LSAT scores?
If you take the LSAT more than once, ONU College of Law will consider the highest of your scores for admission. ONU Law will not accept scores older than five years.
Should I retake the LSAT?
If you are not happy with your current LSAT score, and you have the appropriate time to study and prepare to take the LSAT again, we recommend that you do so. The number one and number two predictors of law school success are your LSAT score and your undergraduate GPA. Therefore, even a point or two higher on your LSAT score can make a difference in admittance decisions. Many times, scholarship amounts are also dependent upon your LSAT score (but not entirely). We do not recommend taking the LSAT more than three times if possible.
May I apply before I take the LSAT?
Yes. Candidates can apply and note on the application form the testing date for their upcoming LSAT. The test is administered four times per year.
What is the latest LSAT date ONU Law will accept?
We will accept the June test score for consideration for the entering fall class. ONU College of Law admits students on a rolling admissions basis. If you plan to take the June LSAT and apply for the Fall, we highly recommend that you apply early and let us know of your future LSAT plans. Our application will remain available online until August 15th of each year.
For further information about the LSAT, details about costs, registration, and applying online, contact the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).