The University of Pennsylvania School of Law announced on Monday that it will be accepting Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE) results in lieu of Law School Admission Test scores for its JD track beginning in the fall of this year as part of a new pilot program.

Penn Law will be the first law school in the country to accept the GMAT from students solely applying to the law school, and not just to a dual degree program that combines a JD and MBA.  Penn will be the 18th law school in the country to accept the GRE.

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