There is no single LSAT score that will guarantee or preclude admission to Harvard Law School. While the LSAT factors heavily in admissions decisions, Harvard Law School also looks at your entire application. Criteria for admission include: the rigor of your undergraduate curriculum, undergraduate GPA, application essays, work experience, extracurricular activities, letters of recommendation, and other factors.
Students admitted to Harvard do score very high on the LSAT. The median LSAT score of students enrolled at Harvard Law School is 173, the 75th percentile is 175, and the 25th percentile is 170—all scores at the 97th percentile and above.
Note that you can take the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT for admission to Harvard Law School.
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