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There is no one single path to law school. Everyone decides the right timeframe for them to apply. Taking a few years off between graduation and applying to law school can help you be sure that becoming a lawyer is what you want to do. On the other hand, you might decide you definitely want to pursue law school because of your summer internships, networking and personal development and want to start as soon as you can.

2017-2018 Admissions Statistics for Tufts Undergraduates Applying to Law School

Total Number of Applicants
111
-- Seniors 17
-- Applying 1-3 years after graduation 44
-- Applying more than 3 years after graduation 47
Average Number of Admissions per Applicant
3.81
Average Number of Applications per Applicant 9.74
Average of the Group’s Highest LSAT
156
Average GPA--Tufts 3.58

2016-2017 Admissions Statistics for Tufts Undergraduates Applying to Law School

Total Number of Applicants
110
-- Seniors 18
-- Applying 1-3 years after graduation 54
-- Applying more than 3 years after graduation 38
Average Number of Admissions per Applicant
5
Average Number of Applications per Applicant 10
Average of the Group’s Highest LSAT
165
Average GPA--Tufts 3.58