Correction: This story has been changed to reflect that the October 2013 Law School Admission Test was the 13th straight administration with fewer test takers compared to the previous year.

The number of people who took the LSAT in October—traditionally the biggest cohort annually—dropped by 11 percent since last year, marking the fourth year of steady decline and intensifying worries that a turnaround remains out of sight.

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