The highest possible score is a 180. If you can score above a 160 on the exam, you can get into MOST great schools. A 170 score CAN get you into the BEST schools, but certainly, is no guarantee of admission. Best of luck.
A LSAT score of 129 will allow you to possibly be admitted into a tier 3 law school. The average LSAT score is 150.
A passing score for the LSAT is anywhere from a 120 to 180. The LSAT is test that one must take in order to go to law school.
LSAT scores are not a matter of public record.
There are many organizations that provide LSAT prep classes. Study the LSAT books and take practice exams.
The usual LSAT is at least 167+. It is possible to get accepted with a lower LSAT score, but that usually is only in cases where the applicant has one hell of a background story to make up for the low score.
Check law school rankings, which will show you the 25-75% range for a particular school. I'd work on getting that LSAT score up, though. A 3.85 GPA generally correlates with a higher LSAT score. None that will actually get you a job as a lawyer when you graduate. Unless you want to go to law school for fun, study hard and retake the LSAT.
Both the scores of the LSAT and your academic record go into an acceptance to a law school. The decision on how much the LSAT applies to acceptance depends on the school.
That information isn't a matter of public record.
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Get a LSAT score of 178 Have a GPA of 3.9 You basically have to be Albert Einstein
That information is not released to the public.
The LSAT median is a 162. It also depends on your GPA. If you have a 3.5 GPA and a 162 on the LSATs you should be accepted
The highest score available in a single shot is a score of 10.
The highest ACT score is 36.
Like most law schools, there is no cut-off score. They look at the application as a whole. Theres always someone with low LSAT scores with another outstanding factor that creates a balance.
Highest ACT score is 36.
If you are looking for online practice for the lsat test then look to one of the following websites. www.lsac.org/lsat/about-the-lsat.asp, www.cce.umn.edu/LSAT, www.blueprintprep.com/LSAT-Test These sites give you access to live tutoring, as well as how to get started. You will even be able to access your score when you are done.
157 on up... Depending on GPA
Low:152 High:158 (2009)
In the UK, you can -- but in the US college is required before you are eligible to enter law school. You can! only if you pass with your really high score on your LSAT test, if you get 180 which is the highest score even Harvard University will accept you.