What are the most important parts of my law school application?
How do I get in?
Admissions decisions are based most heavily on your LSAT score
and GPA. These are clearly the two most important components of the
application. After these numbers, the admissions committees look at
the personal statement, letters of recommendation, and
activities/experience, generally in that order. Like it or not, the
LSAT is absolutely crucial to your application; the better you do,
the more choices you will have for admission and financial aid.