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Thursday, April 6, 2017

LSAT Test-Takers Rose 3.3% In Fall 2017 Admissions Cycle, But Law School Applicants Are Down 1.9%

The number of LSAT test-takers rose 3.3% in 2016-17, on the heels of last year's 4.1% increase, which followed five consecutive years of declines.  The 5.4% increase in February's final test of this year's cycle is the largest February increase since 2009.

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Matt Leichter, LSAT Tea-Leaf Reading: February 2017 Edition:

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LSAC also has announced that "As of 3/31/17, there are 319,072 applications submitted by 47,916 applicants for the 2017–2018 academic year. Applicants are down 1.9% and applications are up 0.3% from 2016–2017. Last year at this time, we had 87% of the preliminary final applicant count."

ABA Applicants

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