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Where Have LSAT Scores Declined the Most?

published August 31, 2015

By Author - LawCrossing

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Summary: Studies show that the Midwest has seen the largest drop in LSAT scores over the past few years.

Where Have LSAT Scores Declined the Most?



According to the National Jurist, Midwestern states saw the biggest drops in LSAT scores over the past few years. For example, LSAT scores in Minnesota dropped by 45.7 percent from 2010 to 2014. Wisconsin's scores dropped by 44.9 percent. Other states with suffering scores included Missouri, Iowa, Michigan, and Ohio.

Elsewhere, New Hampshire and Vermont came in at numbers 3 and 4 on the list. Utah ranked number 7.

Below are the top ten largest drops in LSAT scores in varying states across the country.

  1. Minnesota (-45.7%)
  2. Wisconsin (-44.9%)
  3. New Hampshire (-44.7%)
  4. Vermont (-43.9%)
  5. Ohio (-43.7%)
  6. Michigan (-43.6%)
  7. Utah (-43.4%)
  8. Iowa (-42.6%)
  9. Missouri (-42.0%)
  10. North Carolina (-41.7%)

Source: National Jurist

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