A perfect LSAT score is 180, which is statistically very rare for a student to receive. Data from the Law School Admissions Council showed that out of 144,000 annual LSAT testers, only 0.1 percent received a perfect score between 2006 and 2009. LSAT scores can go as low as 120.
As of 2014, an LSAT test has between 100 and 103 questions, with each correct answer worth 1 point. Out of five multiple choice sections in the LSAT test, one is always experimental and does not count towards the final score. Unlike other tests, the essay section of the LSAT test is also not scored as of 2014, and there is no point penalty for incorrect or incomplete answers.