You must complete this form if you will be applying to the JD program at Berkeley Law for fall 2021 admission and will be submitting GRE or GMAT scores to be used in the admissions process. GRE and GMAT scores must be valid and reportable as defined by ETS or GMAC. If you have taken or plan to take the LSAT, you must also report those scores to the Admissions Office. If any of your answers change after form submission, please email us at
to inform us of the update. If a decision has been rendered, a change in answers will not initiate another evaluation or changed decision. For general information about GRE/GMAT score eligibility, please visit
To apply with a GRE or GMAT score, you must fall into one of the categories described in the question below. If you do not fall into one of the five categories listed in the question below, you must apply with a valid LSAT score. Are you:
Applying concurrently to a joint degree program at UC Berkeley (e.g. Haas MBA)?
Currently enrolled in another UC Berkeley graduate or professional school and intend to start the JD program in fall 2021 (e.g. MPP, MBA, MA, or JSP)?
Currently enrolled in a degree program eligible to be combined with a JD from Berkeley Law (The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University or the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University) and intend to start the JD program in fall 2021?
Currently enrolled in another graduate or professional degree program, but are not seeking a concurrent degree program?
A graduate of a graduate or professional school within the last three years (2017-2020) that required you to take the GRE or GMAT for admission? Note that you are responsible for ensuring that your score is still reportable as defined by ETS or GMAC.
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