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How to get a 160?

axbSunDevaxbSunDev Monthly Member
in General 230 karma

Hi 7Sage Community!

My question is, how many questions can you get wrong in order to get a 160? LSAT's grading sort of confuses me with some tests needing more points and others needing less points to get a 160. I do not know if in the more new LSATs it is harder to get a 160.

So I have been studying for awhile and I am hitting around a 154. RC is my worst, averaging -11 (slow reader). In LG and LR, I am averaging around a -7 on both. I have only taken 4 practice tests so far. My goal score is a 160.

Thanks 7Ssage community!

Comments

  • Dare To WinDare To Win Monthly Member
    edited October 18 77 karma

    https://7sage.com/lsat-score-percentile-conversion/

    According to the LSAT score conversion tool. Getting 24-26 incorrect answers on the 25 most recent Pretests would would get you a score of 160

  • galacticgalactic Yearly Member
    669 karma

    @axbSunDev I recommend using @"Dare To Win"'s advice in your PTs as I believe it provides a more calibrated reflection of your skill level, but for the actual LSAT, because it's still only 3 graded sections, it will be about a -18 for the 160.

  • andrew.rsnandrew.rsn Yearly Member
    edited October 18 685 karma

    @galactic is right - depending on the curve, 160 would be between -17 and -19 across the 3 scored sections.

  • axbSunDevaxbSunDev Monthly Member
    230 karma

    Thank you all !

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