smartblonde87 wrote:So this is a complete mess and I feel like I sound like I'm making excuses but I'm really not.
I took the LSAT at UDC and the room was sweltering hot. The proctors said there was nothing to do about the over 80*e room that we were testing in., despite multiple complaints - apparently this has been a problem in the past at UDC as well, judging by some threads on TLS. The dry heat made me nauseated and gave me a nosebleed through three different sections (I have never had a nosebleed before). Needless to say, the I didn't do well overall compared to what I normally would have done and I think I completely guessed on 3/4 of the LG section, which is usually my favorite.
I'm applying to schools this cycle (I can't put it off another year), and I have a 156 in the books, no cancellations or absences.
I retook this time because my watch stopped halfway during RC and I felt good about the rest of the test. Had I gotten half of the questions I missed in RC last year correct, I would have had a 160. Since I don't feel good about this one, I worry that I will have gotten less than a 156.
Should I cancel?
UDC WAS HORRIBLE! The heat was INSANE! How can LSAT expect us to prep for "any weather condition in a testing room"? We would have had to have been straight NAKED to feel fine there.