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All JD/PhD applicants must also apply online through the Law School Admissions Portal.
- Graduate Admission Application
Submit your admission application today:
Provide official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
- Standardized Test Scores
GRE test scores are required; minimum score varies.
The GRE Psychology subject test recommended.
LSAT Scores & LSDAS Registration – All applicants are required to register with the Law School Data Assembly Service (LSDAS). The LSDAS will provide a report to the Kline School of Law containing information important in the application process. Visit the Law School Admission Council website for more information and to register. Among other things, this report will include your LSAT scores.
TOEFL scores are required for international applicants or applicants who earned a degree outside the U.S. (minimum scores: 100/600/250). Scores will be reviewed based on section scores and total scores. IELTS scores may be submitted in lieu of TOEFL scores (minimum Overall Band Score: 7.0).
Write an essay that addresses the following two objectives – please be sure to cover all questions listed inside each objective: (1) The specific research area and questions you would like to pursue in graduate school. Why are these questions important and why are they of interest to you? How does this line of research fit with specific faculty members' or research groups' work at Drexel? What skills and experiences of yours will facilitate your graduate work? (2) Tell us how our program will specifically lead to the next step in your career.
*Your essay cannot exceed 9,000 characters (approximately 1,500 words).
You are required to upload your curriculum vitae or résumé as part of your admission application.
- Letters of Recommendation
Three letters of recommendation are required. To electronically request recommendations, you must list your recommenders and their contact information on your application. We advise that you follow up with your recommenders to ensure they received your recommendation request — they may need to check their junk mail folder. Additionally, it is your responsibility to confirm that your recommenders will submit letters by your application deadline and follow up with recommenders who have not completed their recommendations.
Interviews are by invitation only, and will be conducted in person by the Psychology PhD programs in February.
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