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LSAT Testing Center Locations in Texas
|LSAT Test Center Location||June 8, 2020||July 13, 2020||August 29, 2020||October 3, 2020||November 14, 2020|
|Abilene Christian University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Sul Ross State University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Texas – Arlington||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Austin Community College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Huston – Tillotson University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Texas at Austin||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|West Texas A&M University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M – Commerce||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Bill J. Priest Institute||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Southern Methodist University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of North Texas||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Texas Rio Grande Valley||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Texas at El Paso||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M University School of Law||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Jarvis Christian University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|South Texas College of Law||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas Southern University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Houston||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Houston – Clear Lake||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Houston – Downtown||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Sam Houston State University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Dallas||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Southwestern Adventist University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M – Kingsville||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M International University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas Tech University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Collin Higher Education Center at Collin College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Stephen F. Austin State University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Prairie View A&M University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Angelo State University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Saint Mary’s University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Incarnate Word||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Texas at San Antonio||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Texas A&M University – Texarkana||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|College of the Mainland||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Midwestern State University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
Law schools in Texas
|Law School||Nat. Rank||Avg. LSAT||Accept. %||Avg. Salary|
|University of Texas at Austin School of Law||#15||167||21.9%||$160,000|
|Southern Methodist University School of Law||#45||161||41.4%||$90,000|
|University of Houston Law Center||#50||159||38.3%||$101,000|
|Baylor Law School||#55||160||29.0%||$75,000|
|Texas A&M University School of Law||#111||156||19.7%||$60,000|
|Texas Tech University School of Law||#123||154||54.3%||$68,043|
|South Texas College of Law||N/A||150||63.1%||$80,000|
|St. Mary’s School of Law||N/A||151||60.3%||$65,500|
|Texas Southern University School of Law||N/A||143||55.3%||N/A|
Rank according to U.S. News and World Report
Baylor Law School
- Average LSAT score of 160.
- The admissions rate is 30%, making it a moderately competitive law school.
- The average GPA is 3.53.
- The average starting salary of graduates is $75,000 in the private sector and $54,000 in the public sector.
- The admissions deadline is March 15.