you need to go to undergraduate college first and then you can apply to Harvard law school. before that you need to have at least a 3.7 college GPA and you need to take the LSAT (law school admissions test). most accepted applicants at Harvard have a 168/180 (or higher) on their LSAT.
You need a 31-34 to get in Harvard University
You should have a 28 to be accepted.
LSAT range (25 to 75 percentile): 169 to 175. If you have a 169 you probably need very good grades and otherwise a competitive admissions packet.
Super HIGH I would know!
No, you need to get really good grades like A's and B's and then get accepted for it. Classes are available but you do not need to take a language to enroll or be accepted into Harvard.
No, international students are accepted.
You would definetly need a 37S or higher.
To get an admission into harvard, you need between 2100-2300 in the SAT test
None - anyone who graduates high school is admitted.
The usual LSAT is at least 167+. It is possible to get accepted with a lower LSAT score, but that usually is only in cases where the applicant has one hell of a background story to make up for the low score.
Not really, you need a 179 to get into Harvard. But since you are asking if this is a good score, I assume you havent actually taken the test yet. But good luck with law school.
YOu would need to be very , very successful in school and get a minimum GPA of 5 on a scale of 0 to 4 because its one hell of a struggle to get into harvard. Phsych!!!!!
To be accepted into Emory University, you need at least a 3.45 GPA. You will also need an SAT score of at least 1800 and an ACT score of at least 26.
Getting into Harvard Law School with straight A's would help a lot. You have to be a pretty decent student that is well educated as well to get in. But you don't need straight A's or a really high LSAT score. This website claims you can get into Harvard Law School without straight A's and with just an above-average LSAT score (provided you follow the website's explicit instructions): http://howtogetintoharvardlawschool.com/
you need a GPA > 3.75 and an LSAT >172 to attend Harvard Law School
One of my friends requested a research position with a Harvard professor, the research performed was non medical related. The objective was not to apply directly to the school as the majority of students do, but to apply to Harvard from within, while working on a Harvard project, with the aid of a professor with tenure and influence. There is more than one way to skin a cat. Be creative if you think you are good enough.
Your grades in middle school will not affect your ability to get into Harvard. Your college grades will be important.
To be a lawyer, you need to graduate three years of law school and be accepted into the state bar association. To get into law school you have to have a bachelor's degree, have a satisfactory score on the LSAT test, and be accepted. To be accepted into the bar you have to pass a huge test and undergo a stringent character examination.
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You can have a 4 year degree in ANYTHING. As long as you have the medical prerequisite courses and an MCAT score you can apply anywhere. Pharmacy school is an entirely different thing. You must apply to a pharmacy school to be a pharmacist. Again you must have the pharmacy prerequisite courses to be accepted and must have a PCAT score. The higher the GPA and MCAT/PCAT score is, the better chance you have on being accepted. You will also need to do some extracurricular activities such as volunteering, shadowing, and research in order to make your application more attractive to admissions committees.