This is the formula I used:
(101 questions) - (# not credited) = Raw score
Then I looked up that number (0-101) on Table 1 of the IRR Additional Information Document. Voilà! LSAT score.
The math works out the same (obviously) if I simply count the number I answered correctly (credited responses).
However, I counted the number of incorrect responses on the "LSAT Question Responses" section of my IRR and I'm coming up with two fewer incorrect answers than the number listed under "Question Response Data." Because of this, the LSAT score I calculate myself is one point higher than the score LSAC calculated for me. Am I doing something wrong?
I feel like this is a stupid question, but I just can't see my mistake.
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It took me like three tries to find all 10 of my wrong answers on my answer sheet. You're probably just missing them.
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rinkrat19 wrote:It took me like three tries to find all 10 of my wrong answers on my answer sheet. You're probably just missing them.
Gaaah. Yes. It would seem that the 13th time is a charm.