“I can’t speak for every school, but a lot of schools will base scholarships off of your LSAT score. So while I don’t think that your LSAT score is the be all, tell all of how well you will perform in law school, but the higher the score is, more likely than not, you will receive more scholarship money,” says Samantha Ko


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