The number of law schools accepting Graduate Record Exam (GRE) test scores for admission to their J.D. programs has grown significantly over the last several weeks, from 89 law schools on Aug. 25 to 102 law schools today.

There are 101 U.S. law schools listed on the ETS website showing they accept the GRE, but David Yellen, who became dean of the University of Miami School of Law in July, said his school made the switch to include the GRE this month. Miami Law does not yet appear on the ETS website.

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