To ensure that students and their parents receive accurate and up-to-date information on trends in the law school admissions process, Kaplan Test Prep annually surveys admissions officers from the 200+ ABA-accredited law schools across the United States. The survey data collected helps Kaplan provided informed insights to the tens of thousands of aspiring graduate school students we work with each year. Click Kaplan Test Prep’s 2014 Survey of Law School Admissions Officers for the results. Here are some highlights:
- Almost half (46%) of law school admissions officers express confidence that their law school will see an increase in applications for the 2015–2016 school year.
- Nearly a quarter of law schools say they are likely to reduce their class size for the 2015-2016 application cycle.
- A plurality of law school admissions officers (33%) say that a prospective student’s LSAT score is the first piece of their application that they look at.