Columbia Law School will join six other law schools, including Harvard and Georgetown University, in accepting the Graduate Record Exam for admission as an alternative to the LSAT.
Columbia announced Tuesday that it will accept the GRE scores from applicants to its three-year J.D. program beginning on a trial basis in fall 2018.
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