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- LSAT, better known as Law School Admission Test is a test undertaken by students who wish to frame theri careers in law and for the reason require admission in law colleges of United States and Canada.
- This exam measures the reading and verbal skills of the students to give them admission in the law college of their choice.
- High scores are the criterion on the basis of which you get admission in law colleges in the United States and Canada.
- Usually the test is conducted around four times in a year. This test is conducted at many examination centers.
- High scoring in the test is absolutely required as only this guarantees your admission to your preferred college.
LSAT Scoring Basics
- LSAT scoring is based on correct answers i.e.. Marks for every correct answer are given.
- No marks are deducted for wrong answers.
- The scores, initially obtained are known as raw scores, which are then converted and made final through a score conversion chart from the scale of 120 to 180.
- There is no LSAT scoring for two sections namely Variable section and Writing section. Hence this gives a score which is not absolute. It should be borne in mind that a student who gets 180 marks must not have necessarily answered all questions correctly nor a student who gets 120 has answered all wrong.
Advantages of LSAT Scoring
- Student comes to know about raw scores, final scores and also score percentile in score report.
- Students can check their result online on the official website of LSAT is LSAC.
- It is important to understand your LSAT scoring well as it would help you to prepare well for the exam and you would be able to score well.