What is the LSAT Average Score?
Here’s the breakdown of LSAT scores, courtesy of a LSAC research report:
You’ll see that the national LSAT average score is 150 (actually, often technically between 150 and 151). For your statistics buffs, one standard deviation either way is 10 points — meaning that the vast bulk of LSAT takers will score between 140 and 160.
Here’s what to do if you have a low LSAT score.
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