LSAT scores range from 120-180 with 120 being the lowest and 180 being the highest.

 

LSAC takes your raw score (the number you got correct) and plugs it into their matrix to get your actual score (120-180).  

 

After taking a practice test, use our score conversion sheet to do the following:

 

  1. Check your answers. Our LSAT Demon will highlight the answers you got right in green and the answers you got wrong in red. ​

  2. Add together the number of questions you answered correctly in each section. This is your raw score. ​

  3. Use our score conversion sheet to convert your raw score into the 120–180 scale. On the x-axis, you'll see the practice test number. On the y-axis, you'll see the score from 120-180.  

Click here to download our score conversion Excel spreadsheet: 

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