The University of Southern California Gould School of Law on Thursday became the eighth campus among U.S. News & World Report’s top 20 to announce it will accept GRE scores alongside scores earned on the Law School Admission Test from applicants.

That means that nearly half of the country’s top 20 schools have now embraced the alternative exam—following the lead of Harvard Law School, which in March 2017 became the first highly ranked campus to do so. (A ninth top school, the University of Chicago Law School, allows dual degree applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations scores.)

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