You need to go through both a written examination and an interview.
1. Written Examination
The Faculty of Law will not hold a written examination but requires applicants to take a SAT test consisting of three parts: Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. When registering for the SAT, you must request that your scores be sent to our Program, institution code 7420. Please click here to find out how to send SAT scores to us. You must ensure that the SAT score is delivered to the Office of International Programs by 23 February 2017. Scores of a SAT test which is taken before 15 February 2015 will NOT be accepted.
The Selection Committee will only consider applicants who achieve the following minimum scores:
1,300 from the total score (all three parts combined);
450 from Critical Reading; and
450 from Writing.
Applicants are also required to take a Math test but no minimum score is required.
850 from the total score (all two parts combined); and
450 from Evidence-Based Reading and Writing.
Applicants are also required to take a Math test but no minimum score is required. Essay is not required.
The Selection Committee’s consideration is given entirely to applicants’ SAT scores, and the interview shortlist is made on the basis of the highest scores.
Approximately 100 applicants who have highest total SAT scores will be shortlisted for an interview. The interview is aimed at assessing applicants’ English listening and speaking skills. A panel composed of at least 2 interviewers will examine interviews on a variety of topics. If you fail the interview, you will be reexamined by a Special Panel whose decision is final. You will receive an admission offer only if you pass the interview.
Please note that:
(1) If you have not yet completed your studies in a foreign country by the date of interview exam on 26 February 2017, you may request a live video interview; and
(2) the numbers of applicants shortlisted for an interview in either track may be subject to change.
More Information about the SAT
Last Updated: 13 January 2017