The exam is given at the end of the course, and “depending how you do on the exam, schools can decide [on admission] based on your score on the test, or the school might say we want to use it for students we have put on the waitlist to see who is a stronger candidate, or they might say ‘we’re gonna use the JD-Next score as a way to predict academic success early on and to provide academic support, or counseling or advising,'” University of Arizona Law Dean Marc Miller told


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