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GRE® Comparison Tool for Law Schools

This easy-to-use tool was designed to help newer GRE® score users understand and appropriately interpret GRE scores in the context of LSAT® scores. The tool calculates a predicted LSAT score based on an applicant's GRE Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores.*

Predicted LSAT Total score:

Download an Excel® version of the GRE® Comparison Tool for Law Schools to save score comparisons for multiple applicants.

Download the Frequently Asked Questions about the GRE Comparison Tool for Law Schools for further information.

* The predicted LSAT score based on an applicant’s GRE scores may not be perfectly equivalent to an applicant’s actual performance on the LSAT exam due to the measurement error inherent in both tests. The predicted score range is approximately +/- 5 points for the total LSAT score.

LSAT is a registered trademark of the Law School Admission Council, which does not endorse or approve this Comparison Tool.

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