You don’t have to take the LSAT to get into law school anymore. But before you douse your LSAT books in gasoline and yourself in champagne (don’t get that one backwards), read on. There’s a big catch.
The University of Iowa and SUNY Buffalo both announced that they’re dropping the LSAT as a requirement for law school admission, but not for just anyone. Both universities will waive the LSAT requirement only for their own undergraduate students, and only for students who are near the top of their college class and can demonstrate strong performance on another standardized test, such as the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT.