wisconsin2dc wrote:Any help would be appreciated
I am trying to decide whether to cancel my scores or not (i'm heavily leaning towards canceling). I took the lsat in december got a 167 was disapointed as I was consitantly practicing 171-174. Just retook February felt really good on the whole test and then as I was finishing 5th section realized that I had answered 26 questions on the 1st section. I am pretty sure it was only 25 questions, but i had 26 lines filled out, did not skip any. The breakdown of my test was LR-LG-LR-LR-RC. The first question in the first section (the one i think i screwed up on) was about organic apples. I was wondering if any of you could tell me a. if this was the experimental (I do not think it was but just holding out hope), b. if there were 26 questions.
I am probably going to cancel scores tomorrow or the next day, I just really do not want to have to take it again in June, especially because I felt really good about the test as a whole. Any help would be really appreciated.
Dang scary stuff. Apple section was real. Only 25 questions. Don't remember 24 & 25. Whether you should cancel needs to be a judgment call on ur part depending on if you think you misbubbled the entire section or just the last few questions. If I had a 167 in the bank, I would probably cancel b/c posting a lower score 2nd time around would be the worst.
Good luck w/ all that