Special Report

50 Hardest Law Schools to Get Into

50. University of Minnesota Law School
> Acceptance rate: 39.1%
> Applications for fall 2019: 2,129
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.75
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 165 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 85.3%

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49. Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law
> Acceptance rate: 34.2%
> Applications for fall 2019: 2,048
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.60
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 159 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 78.2%

48. University of Illinois College of Law
> Acceptance rate: 36.7%
> Applications for fall 2019: 1,304
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.70
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 162 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 84.8%

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47. Maurer School of Law at Indiana University Bloomington
> Acceptance rate: 37.9%
> Applications for fall 2019: 1,790
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.79
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 162 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 80.0%

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46. University of Tennessee College of Law
> Acceptance rate: 34.4%
> Applications for fall 2019: 1,042
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.65
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 159 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 75.2%

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