|State Score Reports|
|Missouri (23.3% of 2013 grads)|
|Illinois (12.3% of 2013 grads)|
|New York (10% of 2013 grads)|
|Washington, D.C. (6.7% of 2013 grads)|
|California (6.7% of 2013 grads)|
|Texas (5.3% of 2013 grads)|
The shaded blue area shows the distribution of scores for all people who took the LSAT during the last three years. The bars show the "interquartile range" of scores for first-year students enrolled to this particular school. The left end of each bar represents the 25th percentile of scores for that school, while the right end of the bar indicates the 75th percentile score at that school. The median LSAT score is represented by a small box.
We show 5 bars for the school, corresponding to the 5 most recent entering classes. Compare these bars to see whether the school's admission standards, as measured by LSAT scores, have changed over the last 5 years.