Do I have to manually score my exams?
If you take an exam using myBlueprint's digital exam interface (by clicking "Take Exam" on the Exams page), you do not have to manually input your answer choice selections. You'll get you score, analytics, and explanations as soon as you complete the exam.
However, if you take a paper version of a practice test, or if you take a practice test on Law Hub*, and want Blueprint's analytics and explanations, you'll need to input your score on the Exams page. Once you do so, you'll get Blueprint's in-depth analytics and explanations.
Please note that you can only score the exams June 2015 - November 2019 LSATs in myBlueprint Exams page. These exams are PT 75 - PT 89 in in 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests and in Law Hub. If you plan on taking a paper version of a test, or a test on Law Hub, we recommend that you only use one of these 15 exams.
OK, I need to score my exam in myBlueprint. How do I do that?
To score an exam, head over to the Exams page.
Find the exam you want to score, and select the Score button underneath it!
Input your answers, then click to move on to the Next Section
After inputting your answers for all exam sections, click the Score Exam button!
The question mark in the far right column will mark a question as a "guess." This should be used for anything you (you guessed it!) guessed on, or any questions you didn't have time to get to. The guess marker will not change your score, but it will flag those questions, making them easier for you to come back to when you review!
You can also retake and rescore an exam you have already completed in your MyBlueprint account.
To retake an exam, click PDF to view the exam and self-proctor the test.
Then click Score Again to enter your new answers! You cannot retake an exam using the online Take Exam option.
What if my score isn't scaling correctly (ex. showing 120)?
If your practice exam isn't scaling correctly, try rescoring your exam again. To do so, click on Score Again for this exam, go to the last section, and then click Score Exam. It should update everything across the board!
Why did I get two different scores on two different practice exams, when I got the same number of questions right and wrong on both?
LSAC gives you a raw score and a scaled score. Depending on the test, the raw score will map to a different scaled score. There are even some years where certain scores are not earned based on the way that LSAC distributes the score (e.g., no number of correct answers will allow you to earn a 175). For this reason, we give people the range on all of their exams, which is usually +/- 3 points because it will vary from year to year.
*Um, what's Law Hub?
Law Hub a website that LSAC hosts where you can take 60+ real, LSAT practice exams. Although you have all this material (and more) in your myBlueprint account, the advantage of Law Hub is that you can take the exam in the exact digital format of the real LSAT and LSAT-Flex. For this reason, some students prefer to take their exams on Law Hub.
You have access to Law Hub through your LSAT Prep Plus Account. And if signed up for Blueprint's Live Online or Online Anytime course after June 2020, you have a year-long subscription to the LSAT Prep Plus Account and Law Hub. You can log in to Law Hub at lawhub.lsac.org, using your LSAC account login information.