A survey of prelaw students found that nearly 40 percent would choose a top-tier law school at full cost rather than a less prestigious institution offering a scholarship.

Although both factors loomed large in the poll of more than 600 prospective law students by test-prep company Kaplan Inc., 39 percent would go for prestige over a midtier law school offering a half-tuition scholarship or a lower-tier school on a full ride.

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