LLM admission procedure for International Student


iam_wkm

I am an Undergraduate student of final year from Pakistan. My LLB degree will be completed in june 2021. i want to do LLM in corporate and Commercial law From law school in US. I have few questions to ask so Please help me in this regard

1) i want to apply for 3 to 4 top university and  for that registration with LSAC will make this process easy by sending my transcripts and other things to different university at same time. Registration needs LSAT score. so what do you suggest should i give LSAT exam. Or follow other procedure by applying to different university separately. 
2) Will LSAT test exempt me from TOEFL?

[Edited by iam_wkm on Jun 03, 2020]

I am an Undergraduate student of final year from Pakistan. My LLB degree will be completed in june 2021. i want to do LLM in corporate and Commercial law From law school in US. I have few questions to ask so Please help me in this regard

1) i want to apply for 3 to 4 top university and&nbsp; for that registration with LSAC will make this process easy by sending my transcripts and other things to different university at same time. Registration needs LSAT score. so what do you suggest should i give LSAT exam. Or follow other procedure by applying to different university separately.<div>&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>2) Will LSAT test exempt me from TOEFL?</div>
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bbcool

Sorry to be straightforward - your questions are so basic which shows that you did little or even none self-research on LLM application. If you do want to pursue a U.S. LLM, particularly at a "top university" as you mentioned, at least do some prliminary google search first. For example, I believe every law school has listed out the admission information on its webpage. If you check them out, you won't ask these basic questions.
I am not going to provide answers to your questions here because I am hoping that you can figure them out by yourself. These are NOT difficult questions that require judgement or insights. You can easily find clear answers through a simple google search.

<span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;">Sorry to be straightforward - your questions are so basic which shows that you did little or even none self-research on LLM application. If you do want to pursue a U.S. LLM, particularly at a "top university" as you mentioned, at least do some prliminary google search first. For example, I believe every law school has listed out the admission information on its webpage. If you check them out, you won't ask these basic questions.</span><div><br style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;"><span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;">I am not going to provide answers to your questions here because I am hoping that you can figure them out by yourself. These are NOT difficult questions that require judgement or insights. You can easily find clear answers through a simple google search.</span></div>
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iam_wkm

Sorry to be straightforward - your questions are so basic which shows that you did little or even none self-research on LLM application. If you do want to pursue a U.S. LLM, particularly at a "top university" as you mentioned, at least do some prliminary google search first. For example, I believe every law school has listed out the admission information on its webpage. If you check them out, you won't ask these basic questions.
I am not going to provide answers to your questions here because I am hoping that you can figure them out by yourself. These are NOT difficult questions that require judgement or insights. You can easily find clear answers through a simple google search.

Sorry My question wasn't precise earlier. If you can answer me again it would be helpful. Thank you.

[quote]<span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;">Sorry to be straightforward - your questions are so basic which shows that you did little or even none self-research on LLM application. If you do want to pursue a U.S. LLM, particularly at a "top university" as you mentioned, at least do some prliminary google search first. For example, I believe every law school has listed out the admission information on its webpage. If you check them out, you won't ask these basic questions.</span><div><br style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;"><span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;">I am not going to provide answers to your questions here because I am hoping that you can figure them out by yourself. These are NOT difficult questions that require judgement or insights. You can easily find clear answers through a simple google search.</span></div> [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Sorry My question wasn't precise earlier. If you can answer me again it would be helpful. Thank you.</div>
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