I am scheduled to take the LSAT in October and have been studying for the last 4 months but recently an opportunity has come to me that I can't really pass up (winterizing homes across Wyoming, 87 homes at $500 per home) but I would have to leave immediately and I have 2 options.
1. Study on the road whenever I can and change my test center to wherever is closest to me in Wyoming.
2. Postpone my test date until December.
I am worried that if I take the test in December that I will be applying far too late and it will significantly hurt my chances (2.76/PTing in the 163-166 range).
I would leave from Montana for Wyoming on September 20th and the job wouldn't be complete until November 1st.
Thanks for any responses!
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Do you have a schedule for the winterizing? If I were in your shoes and had a rough idea of where I would be on test day, I would start seeing how full the testing centers are. If you can't find a testing center with spots open near where you'll be, you should probably wait until December. A better score in December is generally regarded as being better than apply early with a worse score.
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