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Law school aspirants from the College will spend most of this morning and afternoon sweating out Legal Aptitude Tests in the Langdell Court Room. Only two years old, the tests have become prerequisites for many law schools.

The aptitude tests will be conducted by the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, N.J., creators of the national College Board Examinations. They will consist of two three-and-one-half-hour sessions beginning at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The Educational Testing Service will hold alternate tests later in the year on April 29 and August 12.

The tests do not require special preparation, although some seniors have reviewed some elementary mathematics.

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