The Case of LSAT v. GRE with Clyde Engle

The Case of LSAT v. GRE with Clyde Engle

Branden and Jelena sat down with TestMax’s in-house expert on the GRE, Clyde Engle, who will be attending Harvard Law this fall.

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For several years now, some ABA accredited schools have accepted applications from students with a GRE score instead of an LSAT score. Although it hasn’t replaced the LSAT, more change is afoot because the ABA is considering allowing schools to ditch standardized tests altogether for admission.

Given the uncertain landscape, Branden and Jelena sat down with TestMax’s in-house expert on both exams, Clyde Engle, who will be attending Harvard Law this fall.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. What led Clyde to Harvard Law and how he plans to use his law degree
  2. How the subject matter on the GRE is different from the LSAT and how to know which you’re best suited for
  3. Similarities and differences in the right approach to studying for each of these tests
  4. What the best Elton John song of all time is
  5. And more!

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