The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120 to 180 points. The top percentile of test-takers score 172 or above. The top 10% score 163 or above. Roughly 50% of test-takers score above a 151.
But what do those statistics mean? What’s a good LSAT score?
The answer is simple. A good score is the score you need to get into the law schools you are targeting.
If you need help determining that score, check out the LSAC's handy UGPA/LSAT calculator, and follow up with us to get you there.