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Do I need to take any prerequisites before I apply to law school?
There is no set required undergraduate curriculum for applying to law school. If you are applying to law school in the U.S., you will need a 4-year bachelor's degree because the Juris Doctor is a postgraduate degree.
Until recently, the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) was required by most law schools. Currently, a few schools including the University of Arizona will take the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) instead of the LSAT.
Even though they carry less weight than GPA and LSAT, as part of the admission process, law schools want to see at least a couple of letters of recommendation.
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