Yes, you can take the LSAT without a bachelor’s degree. However, you must have earned a bachelor’s degree to enter law school. Many students apply for law school the fall of their senior year of college and then enter law school the following fall, after receiving their bachelor’s degree. However, other students may choose to apply to law school a few years after completing their undergraduate degree.
If you plan to apply directly after finishing your undergraduate degree, we recommend that you start studying for the LSAT in the spring of your junior year, focusing primarily on LSAT preparation the summer between your junior and senior years. This approach allows time to retake the test later in the fall, if necessary.
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