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Examination Overview

How is the Examination Administered?

The JD-NEXT exam consists of multiple-choice questions and one unscored written essay.

Assessment of 15 learning objectives learned in the JD-Next course.
Identification of key elements of case law to prepare learners for the traditional case law method that has been the hallmark of legal education for over 100 years.
Four hours to complete the examination and essay with one break.
Unscored test questions randomly interspersed for statistical purposes.

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How Does JD-Next Help Law School Admission?

Students receive two pieces of admissions information:

Course credential
Test score

What Represents a Good Score?

Examination results will range from 400 – 1,000. As with similar law school admissions tests, individual success is based on how high an individual score is as a percentage of the total universe of test takers.

While each law school admissions office is unique, your ability to achieve a score in the upper percentile of all test takers for a given examination is a highly desired outcome.

"The program gave me a glimpse of how I should start to think like a lawyer."

Accommodations Information

If you are interested in finding out more about accommodations for the JD-Next Examination, view one of the links below: