Paul L. Caron

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Test-At-Home Option During Coronavirus May Be Attractive To Applicants At 50+ Law Schools That Accept The GRE

GRECWith the cancellation of the March LSAT and the uncertain fate of the April LSAT, the GRE may be increasingly attractive for applicants to any of the fifty-plus ABA-accredited law schools that accept the GRE for admissions (Akron, American, Arizona, Baltimore, Boston University, Brooklyn, Buffalo, BYU, California-Western, Cardozo, Chicago, Chicago-Kent, Columbia, Cornell, Dayton, Florida International, Florida State, George Mason, Georgetown, Harvard, Hawaii, John Marshall (Chicago), Massachusetts, Montana, New Hampshire, Northwestern, Notre Dame, NYU, Pace, Pennsylvania, Penn State-Dickinson, Penn State-University Park, Pepperdine, Seattle, Seton Hall, SMU, South Carolina, St. John's, Suffolk, Texas, Texas A&M, UC-Irvine, UC-Davis, UC-Hastings, UCLA, USC, Virginia, Wake Forest, Washington University, and Yale.  Two law schools (Georgia and UC-Berkeley) allow students enrolled in another graduate program to submit the GRE.)

ETS has announced:

To meet the needs of students who are unable to take the GRE® General Test at a test center due to public health concerns, ETS is temporarily offering a GRE General Test at home option in selected areas. [As of March 23, 2020, the at home test is available in the United States, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Hong Kong (China) and Macau (China). The test is identical in content, format and on-screen experience to the GRE General Test taken at a test center. It is taken on your own computer at home and is monitored by a human proctor online through ProctorU®.

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