ABA votes to retain requirement of “valid and reliable admissions test” (usually #LSAT ) americanbar.org/content/dam/ab… to accredit #lawschools
— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) March 21, 2013
Although the LSAT does not include math, we have noted that math students tend to to score higher on the LSAT. The Logic Games section on the LSAT is conceptually similar to the skills taught in math courses.
In 2011 the American Bar Association considered whether the LSAT should be required. There was some suggestion that the GRE could be used as a substitute for the LSAT.
The speculation recently came to an end. It appears that the status quo has been retained. For the moment either the LSAT or another valid admissions test is required for law school admissions.
Toronto LSAT courses are available in varying durations and formats.