Most schools require that you submit LSAT scores with your application, though an increasing number of law schools will accept GRE scores in lieu of LSAT scores (and some have even begun to accept MCAT or GMAT scores). Before applying to most law schools, you still need to take the LSAT.
You can, however, start the application process before taking the LSAT. As you begin your LSAT preparation, you should determine to which schools you intend to apply so that you can set a realistic goal. You can also start planning your application essays and letters of recommendation while preparing for the LSAT.
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