university of michigan?

I am wondering if anyone knows what the requirements for u of m law program is to get accepted ? :) thank you,

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The University of Michigan accepted 20.7% of its applicants this year. The lowest GPA was 3.49, the highest 3.79. LSAT scores ranged from 167 to 170. These are very similar numbers to 2007.

    Amongst the elite law schools, particularly those often referred to as the Top 14, Michigan is one of the easiest to get into. Yale, the most competitive admissions school accepted only 7.3%, Stanford accepted 9%, Harvard accepted 11.8% and Berkeley accepted 12%.

    Schools like the University of Hawaii, Notre Dame and Georgia State accepted a smaller percentage of their applicants than Michigan did this year.

    The US News and World Report, the best known of the school "rankers" rated Michigan's law school 9th best this year. Tuition there is $41,500 for the year for Michigan residents and $44,500 per year for out-of-staters.

    Here's a good page with a data profile of UM-Ann Arbor - I hope it helps - good luck!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Admission to Michigan Law is highly selective. Only one in five applicants is accepted. The most recent class had a median LSAT score of 169 (top two to three percent of test-takers), and a median undergraduate GPA of 3.7.

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