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    California (Anaheim) -- American College of Law -- Accreditation: none -- Year Founded: 1971
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    Re: American College of Law

    The American College of Law, located in Anaheim, California was founded in 1971 as a private corporation to meet the growing demand for a legal education. The school's student body is comprised of mature adults seeking to expand their education and occupational goals.

    Registration of The Law School

    The American College of Law, 3745 West Chapman Avenue, Suite 250, Orange, California 92868, is a Registered Law School with the Committee of Bar Examiners, State Bar of California.


    Admissions

    Unique individual policy

    American College of Law examines each applicant's overall potential for success in law school by reviewing several factors, thereby looking at each individual as a unique person, not just relying on numerial indicators. While undergraduate grade point average and LSAT scores are very important, American College of Law feels that other factors, such as maturity, employment background, community involvement and personal motivation should also be considered to weigh the prospective student's application for admission.
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    AMERICAN COLLEGE OF LAW
    3745 West Chapman Avenue, Suite 250
    Orange, California 92868

    Office Of Admissions: (714)772-9000
    FAX: (714) 634-3330
    Direct Email: [email protected]

    Website: American College of Law - Anaheim - California

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      American College of Law: LSAT

      Take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) administered by Law School Admissions Services (LSAS), Box 2000, Newtown PA, 18940-0998, phone number is (215) 968-1001, and have a copy of the results sent to the college. The LSAT is a nationwide half-day test of general aptitude for law study and writing ability.

      Although the LSAT is a requirement for admission, American College of Law has not established rigid cutoff scores for most applicants. The LSAT is only one of many factors considered by the academics department for admission. A modest LSAT score does not preclude admission to American College of Law. Conversely, a high LSAT score does not guarantee admission.

      An applicant can obtain a LSAT application by contacting the LSAS at the address and telephone above or pick up a copy from the academics department at American College of Law.

      The LSAT is conducted four times a year at test sites located in all 50 states and many foreign countries. THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS ABOUT ONE MONTH PRIOR TO THE TEST DATE.

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