Percent change by LSAT bandwidth 2009/2010 to 2012/13*

Percent change (all decreases) by LSAT bandwidth from the  2009/2010 law school admissions cycle  to 2012/13 law school admissions cycle. This data reflects applicant totals, not total volume (i.e. people who take LSAT but never apply)

Highest LSATNumber of ApplicantsPct Chg YTD
< 140-20%
140–144-24%
145–149-30%
150–154-36%
155–159-35%
160–164-44%
165–169-35%
170–174-44%
175–180-47%
 

The 2012/13 Data is as of 6/28/2013 and a final report has not been released by LSAC. The final report should not reflect any change is LSAT test takers as LSAT tests administered for the 2012/13 cycle are complete and the percentages above should not change* unless a reporting error is discovered and corrected in the final report or the final report accounts for test-takers previously unreported.

Once the final report for the 2012/2013 cycle is released and report and changes.