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LSAT Score Conversion Chart | Alpha Score


LSAT score conversion chart as well as explanations for your LSAT RAW score, LSAT Scaled Score, and LSAT Percentile. Quickly convert your LSAT Score.

The LSAT Scoring Scale Explained | PowerScore


After arriving at the raw score, a unique Score Conversion Chart is used for each LSAT to convert the raw score into a scaled LSAT score. Since June 1991, the ...

How to Calculate Your LSAT Score and Percentile - 7Sage lsat


How to Calculate Your LSAT Score and Percentile. The term "LSAT ... This chart shows you approximate conversions between different score types. Descriptions  ...

LSAT Score Conversion Chart - Cambridge LSAT


Wondering what your scaled score is on that LSAT PrepTest you just took? Calculate your score for any released test with our LSAT score conversion chart.

Your LSAT Score - Law School Admission Council


Your LSAT score is based on the number of questions answered correctly (the raw score). There is no deduction for incorrect answers, nor are individual ...

What are the LSAT Score Percentiles? - Magoosh LSAT Blog


Jul 29, 2016 ... Check out our chart with the latest official LSAT score percentiles from the LSAC. LSAT percentiles matter; is your score good enough to put you ...

LSAT Percentiles - LSAT Score Percentile Chart 2005-2013 ...


LSAC publishes score percentiles for each scaled score measured over a three year period (your scaled score is the one people mean when they say “my LSAT  ...

LSAT PrepTest Raw Score Conversion Charts - LSAT Blog


Mar 10, 2010 ... LSAT Blog Raw Score Conversion Chart 1 PrepTests 18-36: · LSAT Blog Raw Score Conversion Chart 2 · PrepTests 37-54 (and June 07):

LSAT Scoring Scales and Curves Explained | LSAT Prep Resources ...


Get detailed explanations on LSAT Scores, LSAT Curves, Percentile Rank, LSAT score average. See how Law Schools view your LSAT score and how it will ...

What Is a Good LSAT Score? | Kaplan Test Prep


Nov 18, 2015 ... Not so with law school admissions. Here's the whole truth and nothing but the truth about your Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score.