JD-Next has been developed by psychometricians and subject-matter experts over five years, with over $1.25 million in funding, collaborating with more than 40 law schools. Through careful scientific work and formal external review, including a peer-reviewed scientific publication and a technical report authored by one of the leading testing organizations globally, we have found that the JD-Next exam:
- is a valid and reliable predictor of law school performance.
- predicts as well or better than legacy exams and eliminates substantial score disparities between races and ethnic groups.
Read the research here.