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Let’s be honest: If we’re really talking about attempts to expand opportunity for diverse communities, including for those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, the personal and financial liability will be much more complicated and devastating if they don’t succeed. Students who are admitted on GPA alone or perhaps in conjunction with qualitative factors absent from a standardized test may borrow six figures for just their first year. If they flunk out, they will rightfully will ask why they were even admitted in the first place. The stakes are simply too high when we fail to position people to succeed. … [Read more...] about Your Voice: Abandoning law school admissions testing would harm students, not help
• Eliminate Standard 503 and revise Standard 501—which requires admitting competent candidates—so that it includes having a valid admissions test as a factor for determining whether a law school is in compliance with the rule. Under this proposal, the requirement of having a valid and reliable admissions test would be removed from the standards.• Revise Standard 503 to require an admissions test that assesses applicants’ capabilities, and require that law schools publish lists of accepted tests. Under that recommendation, there would be no requirement that the council determines whether the admissions tests are valid and reliable. • Keep requirement that admissions tests be valid and reliable, but remove “protection” that the March proposal granted to the LSAT. The section’s council will consider the recommendations at its November meeting in Boston. … [Read more...] about ABA Legal Ed committee suggests changes to rule on law school admissions tests
“If the experience of 16 schools with variances was sufficient to justify the creation of an alternative admission program that does not require an LSAT for some applicants, that alternative should be available to all law schools, including law schools that are not affiliated with a university,” the committee said in an explanation of the reasoning behind its proposed recommendation. … [Read more...] about ABA committee wants to end use of alternative law school admission tests
The proposed revision called for cutting Standard 503, which requires an exam for law school admission, and beefing up Standard 501, to include the use of admission credentials and academic attrition for compliance determinations. It was withdrawn from the assembly after House members expressed concerns to section leadership, U.S. District Judge Solomon Oliver Jr., a legal education council member, told the House on Monday. … [Read more...] about After withdrawal of law school admissions test rule revision, will fewer schools accept the GRE?