Ixiion wrote:I really need some help/advice from you guys. I'd appreciate anything at this point, I'm sort of losing it.
I just got home from the hospital. Several hours ago, a mechanic at a corp mechanic company, as he was exiting my car to let me in, must've left it on neutral, while I was crossing in between my parked car and another parked car. When he got out, my car rolled forward and pinned my legs & knees between the two cars. He got back in to back up, but I think he accidentally hit the gas, because it went faster. I was stuck there between my moving car & the parked car for about 30 seconds easy. Anyway. Point being, I'm on crutches now and can't walk and, as you can imagine, in a lot of pain.
Considering the LSAT is less than two weeks away, I'm freaking out. I'm arguing with my doctor about pain medications. Yes, it hurts like I just got ran over by a car -ha ha- but if I take them, I'd be too loopy to study. I'm PTing at about 170-172, though I was really hoping for a 175+. Should I suck it up, take off from work (not like I have much of a choice now), study for these two weeks, and take the June LSAT? Or should I cut my losses and take October? Or.. take June anyway and prepare for October? (I assume this situation is good enough for a why-did-my-score-jump addendum.)
Dude...I hope you're getting some kind of money out of this to make up for shit...get a billion dollar settlement and you won't need the LSAT in June or October!
In all seriousness though, hope you get well. I think like some other people, if you can get your PT up to normal like wherever you've been and can handle 4+ hours of testing while being in pain and stuff, June would be okay. Otherwise waiting till October seems the sound decision.