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Taking the Law School Admissions Test ("LSAT") has been required for law school admission for almost a century. The exam has changed over the years, but a higher score on the LSAT has been a significant indicator of one’s acceptance into the vastly sought-after legal profession. This note addresses the changes needed to cater to more well-rounded law students and attorneys upon passing the bar exam. This note does not seek to eradicate the LSAT in its entirety; instead, law schools should place less emphasis on the LSAT and more on other factors such as undergraduate GPA, extracurriculars, and prior work experience.

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