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.
None - anyone who graduates high school is admitted.
To get an admission into harvard, you need between 2100-2300 in the SAT test