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eric922

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A question about how the LSAT is scored.
« on: October 30, 2012, 01:17:29 PM »
I've done a google search on this, but haven't found a clear answer.  This may be because I'm not sure how to word my question to fit into a google search so I'll try asking here.   How is the LSAT graded?  I know in law schools your  grade depends on how everyone else does on the test since you are graded against the rest of the class and not a grading key like in undergrad.  Is the LSAT graded like law school exams where only a certain portion of people could score 180s or is it theoretically possible for everyone taking the test to score a 180?