Law Schools Dropping the LSAT

Will the GRE soon be the new LSAT? We sure think so. We’ve reported in the past how more and more law schools these days are dropping the LSAT requirement for admission and instead offering the GRE as a test option. As Kathryn Rubino reports for “Above The Law” in … 

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The Law School of President Trump’s Attorney

Michael Cohen, the in-the-news longtime personal lawyer to President Donald Trump, didn’t exactly attend Harvard Law. As it turns out, he didn’t attend Yale Law either. In fact, Michael Cohen attended a law school that is deemed by many in the legal community to be among the worst law schools … 

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Best Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program

Curious which postbaccalaureate premedical program we believe is the best in the nation? That’s an easy one. Bryn Mawr College, the all-women’s liberal arts college in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, ranks #1 in our book — hands down. If you’re unsure what exactly a postbaccalaureate premedical program is, it’s for college graduates … 

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Financial Aid at Stanford GSB

An external review has been commissioned by the Stanford Graduate School of Business after information came to light that the elite graduate business school was not as need-blind in its admissions policies as it purported. We previously reported on how a Stanford GSB student uncovered — through an intense data … 

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Gift to Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

It’s a happy time for the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. It was announced this week that one of the Columbia medical school’s distinguished alums, Dr. P. Roy Vagelos, the former chairman of Merck & Co., has donated a sizable chunk of change to the school — $250 … 

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Stanford GSB Fellowship Grants Scandal

Many highly selective colleges assert that they are need-blind in their admissions decision-making. They claim that they don’t factor in a student’s ability to pay when deciding upon whether or not to offer that student admission. As our regular readers know well, we have been calling need-blind admissions a lie … 

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LSAT as a Requirement for Law School Admission

Regular readers of our admission blog may remember when we posted a couple of months back about how Harvard Law School had decided to begin accepting the GRE in lieu of the LSAT for those students who wished to submit the former. And why? In the hope of encouraging more … 

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Medical School Recommendation Letters

What do medical school admissions officers look for when reviewing medical school recommendation letters? Not necessarily what you’d expect. Above all, admissions officers ask themselves this one central question: If I were sick, would this person be someone I’d want to care for me as my physician? It’s such a … 

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Stanford MBA

An article up on “Bloomberg BusinessWeek” paints a portrait of the value of a Stanford MBA. Written by Shahien Nasiripour the piece (“Why Stanford MBAs Earn the Most“) focuses on how Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, ranked second — after Harvard Business School — in the latest “Bloomberg BusinessWeek” … 

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International MBA Applicant Numbers

There was an article up on “Bloomberg” recently by Nick Leiber that focuses on how many students from outside of the United States are leaning against applying to MBA programs. But while the title of the piece, “How The ‘Trump Effect’ Is Driving Foreign Students Away From U.S. B-Schools” seems … 

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