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The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) administers the LSAT and serves as a hub for submitting law school applications.

LawHub, offered by LSAC, provides access to official LSAT practice tests using the same user interface as the actual LSAT.

U.S. News & World Report publishes law school rankings each year.

This fillable worksheet offers law school applicants a way to keep track of the costs of taking the LSAT and applying to law school. 

The National Association for Law Placement (NALP) publishes numerous reports about various aspects of the legal profession.

The American Bar Association (ABA) releases annual reports for each law school containing data such as students' LSAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, scholarships, bar passage rates, and employment outcomes.

LSAC publishes announcements and raw score to scaled score conversion charts for released LSAT PrepTests on its Zendesk site.

Law School Transparency (LST) offers detailed reports about individual law schools and broader law school trends.

This fillable checklist offers law school applicants a way to keep track of law school application components.


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