Here are a few score conversion charts from recent exams …
Without knowing more about how the LSAT-Flex’s scores are calculated, we can’t promise this is exactly how LSAC will calculate your real LSAT-Flex score. But we do believe this calculator will give you a good estimate of what score you’d earn on the LSAT-Flex, and can help ease some nerves before your LSAT-Flex date.
And if you want to be even more prepared, we’ve added Flex-specific tips into all our Live Course to get you as prepared as you can for the LSAT-Flex or whatever direction LSAC wants to take us in!
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