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If you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States and would like to enroll at Arizona Summit Law School, please adhere to the following guidelines:

The following items are required in order to be considered for admission into Arizona Summit Law School as a foreign student:​
 
  1. Application
  2. Personal Statement
  3. Two letters of recommendation, in English or translated by an academic or professional reference
  4. Resume
  5. A photocopy of your current valid biographical passport page and that of any dependents (spouse or children) you would be bringing with you
  6. LSAT score
  7. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score
     
    • The TOEFL official test scores are required for all international applicants. This requirement may be waived if a student has earned a law degree in a country where English is the official language or has earned a degree from an accredited US college/university.
    • The TOEFL code for Arizona Summit Law School is 6697. Please use this code number when indicating your institution as a score recipient. Scores will be sent to us directly from Educational Testing Service.
    • The law school accepts TOEFL scores for up to two (2) years after the test administration. The original scores must be sent directly from Educational Testing Services to Arizona Summit Law School, Admissions Office in order for the scores to be valid. An application will not be complete until the law school receives the official score report.
    • To be admitted into a degree program, international applicants must have a high level of English proficiency, as demonstrated by a sufficient TOEFL score. For more information on test taking locations, please contact the following agency:
       
      • Educational Testing Services - TOEFL Services, P.O. Box 6151, Princeton, NJ 08541-6151, USA; 877.863.3546 - from the US and Canada; 609.771.7100 - from all other locations; www.ets.org/toefl


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  8. Financial Requirements and Documentations. Find steps to have your I-20 form issued.
  9. Certified copies of all transcripts must be evaluated by LSAC's Credential Assembly Service
     
    • In order to evaluate all applicants on a uniform basis, we require all international applicants to have their international transcripts/grade reports evaluated by an independent company. Arizona Summit Law School requires prospective students use the services of LSAC.
    • LSAC offers a credential assembly service that collects, authenticates, evaluates and distributes all transcripts and TOEFL scores to each law school where the applicant submits an application. Your transcripts will be translated into English and your grades given a US grade equivalent.
    • Once you have matriculated at our school, LSAC will provide us with your certified transcripts.
    • Detailed information about the service is available at LSAC Credential Assembly Service (Authentication and Evaluation of Academic Records for Internationally-Educated JD Applicants)

 

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