It all comes down to the curve. We'll make sure you land on the right side.
Every LSAT is scored on scale of 120-180. A score of ABOVE 160 (80th percentile) is what we aim to achieve. A sample conversion chart is provided for your reference: the bell curve varies slightly depending on the difficulty of your particular test and the relative scores of your peers.
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There’s a French expression: “le mieux est l’enemie du bien.” This translates to “the best is the enemy of the good. Our focus is realistic: we’re shooting for a HIGH score, not a perfect score. With the LSAT, a near-perfect score is not only unrealistic, but aiming for such can be very detrimental. In the race against the clock, you will be punished for dwelling on any particular question for over 2 minutes.