Massachusetts School of Law

Andover, Massachusetts

Massachusetts School of Law Admissions Overview

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What is Massachusetts School of Law acceptance rate?

Massachusetts School of Law has an acceptance rate of NaN%. This means that if you have the right grades then you have a good shot of being accepted into the school. In the last academic year, NaN% out of the people who applied to Massachusetts School of Law were accepted into the school.

Only NaN% of students who are admitted into Massachusetts School of Law go on to enroll at the school. This is reasonable because most students who apply for college apply to multiple schools.

Massachusetts School of Law Admission Statistics

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In fall 2018, a total of NaN students applied to study at Massachusetts School of Law. Of those students, NaN were men and NaN were women.

Applications are not the only admissions statistic you should consider; acceptance rate is also a key factor to think about. NaN% of students at Massachusetts School of Law were accepted into the school in fall 2018. This represents a total of NaN students. NaN of students who were accepted were male and NaN of the students accepted were female.

The percentage of students who were accepted that enrolled at Massachusetts School of Law in the last academic year is NaN%. Overall, NaN students who applied to Massachusetts School of Law enrolled in the school. Of those students, NaN% of women who were accepted and NaN% of men who were accepted enrolled.

Massachusetts School of Law Admission Requirements

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What are the Massachusetts School of Law admissions requirements?

You are not required to submit your high school test scores to Massachusetts School of Law.

You'll be asked to submit your high school class rank as part of your application.

What's more, you need to submit letters of recommendation from your high school. You will be asked to demonstrate your competencies as part of your application.

As part of your application, Massachusetts School of Law accepts AP Credit. However, credit for life experiences is not accepted.

Massachusetts School of Law Credits Accepted

AP CreditYes
Dual CreditNo
Credit for Life ExperiencesNo

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