Preview scores will be available approximately four weeks after completion of the JD-Next examination. Score reports will be available to institutions through the platform of JD Next’s testing partner Territorium. Institutions will be notified by email when the score report is available and log in information will be provided at that time.
Your JD-Next Score Report will include a raw score. Scores will range from 400 – 1,000 and are designed to serve as a prediction of the test taker’s likely performance in law school. As with similar law school admissions tests, individual success is based on how high an individual scores as a percentage of the total number of test takers.
JD-Next will also provide law schools with a description of the learning outcomes assessed by the examination and taught within the JD-Next course.
JD-Next will provide guidance as to how to interpret the scores in a way that admissions directors can predict academic performance in their law schools.