LSAT - Score
It is necessary to understand the scoring pattern of the exam so that a student can evaluate his performance.
- The cumulative total of all the correct answer is called raw score.
- The raw score is then converted into the final score with the help of a conversion chart.
There is no deduction for incorrect answers. For more details. Click here
- The four scored sections have 100 questions(approx).
- Each section has around 24 -26 questions.
- The maximum score is 180, which means in each section you can score around 45 marks. The minimum score being 120.
- With two sections based on logical reasoning, the logical reasoning questions take half the credit for your scores.
Canceling your scores:
- You can cancel your score on your answer sheet on the day of the test.
- You can cancel it by sending a written request to LSAC within six calendar days of the test.
- The score report that is mailed/e-mailed to you. It will show your current test results, along with the results of all previous tests (maximum of 12) for which you were registered.
- An average score is also calculated and reported when you have more than one reportable score.
- Scores earned prior to June 2007 are not considered current for law school reporting and are not available for printing from your online account.
NOTE: Score-reporting policies are subject to change at any time.Percentile Rank:
- A percentile rank is also reported for each LSAT score-reflecting the percentage of candidates scoring below your reported test score.
- The percentile for a score is based on the distribution of scores for the three-year period prior to the year in which the score is reported.