LSAT Score

Your LSAT score is based on the number of questions answered correctly (your raw score).

All questions on the various test sections are weighted exactly the same. The total number you get right is what matters for your score, not which particular questions you get right or wrong.

There is no deduction for incorrect answers, so there is no risk in guessing if you don’t know the right answer to any particular question.

Raw scores are converted to an LSAT scale that ranges from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 being the highest possible score.

LSAT Score Report includes
  • your current score.
  • results of all tests—up to 12—for which you registered since June 1, 2013, including absences and cancellations. Scores earned prior to June 2013 are not reportable.
  • an average score, if you have more than one reportable score on file.
  • your score band.
  • your percentile rank, which reflects the percentage of candidates whose scores were lower than yours during the previous three testing years. A percentile rank is reported for each of your scores.
By default, your score is released only to you and the law schools to which you have applied.
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