People who list their LSAT score probably means you have very natural legal skills. There are LSAT scores, but people who are in the 98th percentile or something are good. I don't even know what these percentiles translate into, but I think 70 is 90th, and then 91 is 90.
Listing only exceptional scores that may, and there may be a reason for that. The only reason you would ever list it would be if you went to a Tier 4 law school or Tier 3, meaning not one of the best law schools, but did well. Law firms may think we got a scholarship or she got one and they have excellent aptitude.
But other than that, you don't list your LSAT if you attend a top 25 law school. If you list your LSAT score and you went to some law school, that could have been better. Then law firms will assume that you could have gotten into much better schools, but you went there because it was free. So maybe that helps you a little bit. There's a little to that, but that's how I would do that.