How is the LSAT scored?
The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120-180. The average score is about 150, but if you’re looking to get into one of the top 25 law schools, your score should be well over 160. There are about 101 questions in each test and each question answered correctly accounts for one point of your raw score. This raw score (0 – 101) is converted into a score ranging from 120 (the minimum) to 180 (the maximum) using a formula that is designed for that particular LSAT. For example, a raw score of 99 out of 101 would usually translate into a 180.