Two of New York’s top law schools this week announced that prospective students may now apply with GRE scores, and one is even allowing future applicants to submit scores from the GMAT—the admission test typically used by business schools.

Cornell Law School said Tuesday that will accept both GRE and GMAT scores in addition to the traditional Law School Admission Test. On Wednesday, New York University School of Law unveiled that it, too, will accept the GRE for 2019’s incoming class.

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