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To ensure confidentiality, LSAC will release your score only through e-mail and postal mail. Scores will not be faxed. Scores are released only to you and to the law schools to which you have applied. They will not be released to a parent

Getting Your Score

  By E-mail

  LSAT takers who have LSAC.org accounts will automatically receive their LSAT scores by e-mail approximately three weeks after taking the test. This is the quickest way to obtain your LSAT score, and there is no additional charge. Please keep your e-mail address current in your LSAC.org account to receive your score promptly.

  By Mail

  LSAC will send score reports by mail approximately four weeks after each test. Test takers who have LSAC.org accounts will pay a one-time fee to obtain hard-copy mailings of account information that is available online.

  For score release dates for each test administration, go to Test Dates and Deadlines and click on the appropriate test date and location.

  Score Confidentiality

  To ensure confidentiality, LSAC will release your score only through e-mail and postal mail. Scores will not be faxed. Scores are released only to you and to the law schools to which you have applied. They will not be released to a parent, spouse, friend, or any other person. When you register, you may request that a score be sent to the law schools through the Candidate Referral Service or to the prelaw advisor at your undergraduate school. Release of this information to prelaw advisors will enable your advisor to improve advisory services to you and all students and alumni of your college.

  Understanding Your Score

  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 questions on the various test sections weighted differently. Raw scores are converted to an LSAT scale that ranges from 120 to 180, with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 the highest possible score. This is done through a statistical procedure known as equating, a method that adjusts for minor differences in difficulty between test forms.

  The LSAT, like any admission test, is not a perfect predictor of law school performance. The predictive power of an admission test is limited by many factors, such as the complexity of the skills the test is designed to measure and the unmeasurable factors that can affect students’ performances, such as motivation, physical and mental health, or work and family responsibilities. In spite of these factors, the LSAT compares very favorably with admission tests used in other graduate and professional fields of study. (For additional information about the predictive value of LSAT scores, refer to the current edition of the Law School Admission Information Book .)

  Handscoring

  Handscoring is not faster than machine scoring. If you wish to verify or contest the machine scoring of your answer sheet after you have received your LSAT Score Report, you may request a rescoring of your answer sheet by hand. LSAC will not handscore answers recorded in the test book. Requests to handscore your answer sheet must be made in writing and postmarked no later than 60 days after the test date. Send a copy of your LSAT Score Report and a letter that includes:

  your request for handscoring and your reason for the request

  your name, LSAC account number, and the last four digits of your Social Security or Social Insurance number

  the test date

  the test center name and code number

  a $41.00 ($43.00 CDN plus 7% GST) check or money order payable to LSAC, or the account number and expiration date of your VISA, MasterCard, DISCOVER, or American Express credit card

  Send your request to:

  Law School Admission Council

  662 Penn Street

  Box 2000-T

  Newtown, PA 18940-0995

  USA

  Note

  If the handscoring results in a score that is different from the original machine scoring—higher or lower—the revised score will be mailed to you and the law schools to which you apply.


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