It depends. Some students would score better on the GRE, while others may score better on the LSAT, as these exams test different content in different ways.
Some law schools accept the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT. Note that applicants who have official LSAT scores must submit them whether or not they have also taken the GRE. If you are planning to apply to law schools that accept the GRE, you should take a full-length practice GRE and a full-length practice LSAT. Compare your scores and overall comfort with each test, and prepare for the test on which you will do better.
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