Applicants submitting GRE or GMAT scores must request that all score reports be sent directly to UVA Law.
UVA Law’s school code for GRE score reporting is 4266.
Applicants who submit standardized test scores earned in January, February, or March of the year they apply to law school may be at a disadvantage since many places in the class will have been filled by the time those test scores are received.
You must register with the Credential Assembly Service (CAS).
CAS will receive your undergraduate and any graduate transcripts, copy them, and forward the transcripts to the law schools to which you apply.
Do not send your academic transcripts directly to the Admissions Office.
See virginia.edu/financialaid for more information. If you wish to apply under the Binding Expedited Decision option, you must follow the requirements of the Regular Decision option (below) AND go to the "Binding Decision Option" tab in the e-application and click the box acknowledging agreement with the terms of the Binding Expedited Decision option.
Binding Expedited Decision applicants will be notified of their decision within 21 business days of the date we receive all necessary components of the application (including the residency determination for those applicants claiming in-state educational privileges).
As an example, Applicant A has taken the LSAT once and the GMAT twice within the past five years.
Applicant A’s LSAT score will automatically appear on her CAS report; if she chooses to report her GMAT scores as well, Applicant A must direct both GMAT scores to UVA Law.