anonymous
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Which test should a person prepare for when planning to pursue a legal career? GMAT LSAT MCAT SAT
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anonymous
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LSAT
anonymous
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"After you get out of law school, you’re going to need to pass the bar exam. The bar exam is administered on a state level, and it’s a requirement in order for you to practice law in that state. If you pass the test, then you can begin work."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Law school admission test

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anonymous
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And you are asking this question in math, you might want to ask questions like these in OpenStudy Feedback, or another subject.
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How do you know this @abriannaridley
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I like your pic @abriannaridley
anonymous
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Because LSAT is representative of Law School Admission Test GMAT is for business, SAT is what you take in high school and MCAT is is medical admissions
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Thanks lol @jo.hinz

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