I went back to 2007 FYLSE to the present, and it appears that Taft beat out Concord by a tad. I looked at who had the highest percentage for "1st time takers" and the highest percentage under the column "All".
I did the same with the CA Bar Exam and Concord students clearly our performed Taft and ALU students in having the highest passing percentage rate when considering both columns, First Time Takers and Repeaters.
I have spoken to, and read on what some lawyers have said about the LSAT. For the most part it has nothing to do on how successful you are in law school and in your law practice. Now this is my opinion: Just another money making idea, and to place another obstacle for students that want to go into a field that already has to many lawyers. For those on the fence become a paralegal and you will make decent pay if you are good and the demand for paralegals is actually higher than lawyers because they do similar work for a much cheaper price.