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Carol Leach, Professor and Pre-Law Advisor at Chicago State University, has compiled a list of the most common majors of law school applicants, along with their success rates for acceptance to law school. Not surprisingly, political science is the most common major, and physics majors have the highest acceptance rate. Over 200 different majors are commonly found in law school applications, so you really can choose any major.

The Twenty Most Common Majors for the Law School Entering Class of 2001

  1. Political Science
  2. History
  3. English
  4. Psychology
  5. Criminal Justice
  6. Economics
  1. Sociology
  2. Communications
  3. Business Admin.
  4. Finance
  5. Accounting
  6. Philosophy
  1. Biology
  2. Business Management
  3. International Relations
  4. Marketing
  5. Journalism
  6. Liberal Arts
  1. Pre-Law
  2. Gov't Service

Majors with the Highest Acceptance Rate for the Law School Entering Class of 2001

  1. Physics
  2. Philosophy
  3. Biology (specialized)
  4. Chemistry & Gov't Service (tie)
  5. Anthropology
  6. Economics
  1. Biology (general)
  2. History
  3. English
  4. International Relations
  5. Computer Sci & Psychology (tie)
  6. Finance
  1. Journalism
  2. Political Science
  3. Communications
  4. Accounting
  5. Sociology
  6. Liberal Arts

 


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