A. Nony Mouse wrote:Ferrisjso wrote:If he's applying though I'm going to guess the 155 wasn't his first take or he took other times and didn't do as well.
Or he's one of the many people who decide they only want to take the exam once.
Possible if he decided this recently but assuming he's planned the law school thing for awhile though, I'm going to assume he gave himself time for multiple takes. I get not retaking if it means pushing back law school(I feel like I've made that very clear) but why would one not retake if they don't have to take time off(if they're not in the 160s anyway)? OP seemed like he didn't want to take the LSAT again and if it went bad the first time he should be able to improve by simple merit of knowing what to expect(nm improved studying) so I have a feeling it's because he tried multiple times and think's he's maxed out. Just my hunch, could be wrong. If he really did only take it once, even with the year off yeah I think he should seriously consider retaking because if he had a bad experience who knows how much he left on the table.