This is the raw data available on LSAC’s site. Until recently you weren’t allowed to take the test more than 3x, so there is no data available for each retake beyond 3. It’s also important to not make an error in interpreting the data. This are averages among all test takers. Some scores go down or stay the same on the 2nd and 3rd take. You could have some psychology or cognitive quality that would put you in that boat. But generally speaking, scores go up the more times you take the test. Now while the high score generally wins in law school admissions, if you take the test more than 2 or 3 times the person reading your #application might begin to wonder why you didn’t prepare well enough the first or second time. Too many retakes even with higher scores may call into question your judgment. However, that could be addressed in an addendum.