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Kline School of Law Accepts GRE Scores for Admission to JD Program


August 26, 2021

Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law now accepts JD applicants’ scores from the GRE General Test and the Law School Admission Test. In August 2021, Kline Law joined more than 70 U.S. law schools in accepting GRE scores in applications.

Kline Law’s move towards accepting the GRE is done with the hopes that the addition of the GRE will attract talented students from diverse education and career backgrounds.

“Accepting the GRE provides more options for applicants with strong quantitative skills, particularly those in the sciences, engineering and technology,” said Audrey Woods, Kline Law’s assistant dean of enrollment management. “Drexel University is so strong in all of these areas, that it made perfect sense for us to make our application process more accessible to these candidates.”

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