I'm currently debating whether or not I should cancel my score for yesterday's LSAT. I had been consistently PTing between 168 and 172, however last week I came down with the flu and, as a result, my PT scores took a nose dive down to the low 160s. In yesterday's LSAT I felt like crap and felt like I'd done crap! I completely ran out of time on the RC, LG and one LR sections, meaning I had to completely guess the answers. I think that at best I scored a 160, which is way below what I know I'm capable of. As I'm aiming for a T14, should I cancel my score? Would a cancelled score look better than a 160 and, say, a 170?
Thanks for the advice in advance!
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Sounds like a cancel to me
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Sounds like a cancel. Unless you retake it and then they might question the difference between the two. Your story would be pretty good so you can cancel or not cancel. It won't matter if you retake it. Most of them take the highest score now.
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