St. John’s University School of Law announced Wednesday that it will accept Graduate Record Exam scores for its J.D. program starting with applicants for the Fall 2018 class.

St. John’s and Columbia Law School are now the only two law schools in New York state accepting GRE scores. Students are allowed to submit the LSAT, the GRE or both.

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