Can I lookup my old LSAT score?

Can I lookup my old LSAT score?

Unfortunately, there's not much you can do. In the past, students could request that LSAC release scores up to ten years old. However, as of July 2015 LSAC only keeps score records for 5 years. So, even if you want to obtain a score for personal reasons, at this time there is no formal way to retrieve that information.

Do law schools look at old LSAT scores?

What do law schools think about multiple LSAT scores? Law schools will see every time an applicant takes the LSAT. Law schools will see if you cancel a score for whatever reason. Law schools do not average the scores for admission, but we always look at performance if you've taken the test more than once.

How many questions can you miss to get a 180 on the LSAT?

Though 180 is the perfect LSAT score, you can often miss one or two questions and still achieve the perfect 180. Comparing the score conversion charts for LSAT exams since 2005 shows that on some tests, you can miss as many as three questions and still achieve a 180.