University of Virginia School of Law
- Bob Wright, Chairman and CEO, NBC
- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Co-host of Ring of Fire and an Environmental Lawyer
- Stanley Forman Reed, Former Justice of United States Supreme Court
- Jim Gilmore, Former Governor of Virginia
- Robert Mueller, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
What is your policy on multiple LSAT scores? The ABA requires law schools to report LSAT information using an admitted student’s highest score, so that is the score to which we give the most weight. We evaluate all information submitted as part of the application for admission, however, including all scores earned on the LSAT. Studies by the Law School Admission Council suggest that in most cases the average score is the most accurate predictor of academic performance in the first year of law school, so we encourage applicants with a significant difference in LSAT scores to include with their application any information that may be relevant to the interpretation of test results, such as illness, testing conditions, or other circumstances that may have affected LSAT performance.