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I just took the LSAT test for the first time and I feel as if I bombed the test. I feel as if I killed the RC and did well one Logical reasoning but struggled with logic games and really struggled on the last section of the logical reasoning I just happened to panic and not focus enough during the test. Should I cancel the scores due to me taking the test in February and knowing I could do better or should I just wait to see the score?
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Wait it outtt Ifelt the same way spent way too much time on game 4 and botched game 3 plus felt like a possible bubbling error but due to the lack of averaging policies and because I'm not shooting for HYS, cancelling seems pointless.
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I think you should probably cancel. LG's are the section where you know if you got it or didn't got it. If it's not your best -> I'd cancel. It's true schools take the higher score, but it can never be a good thing to have a much lower score too. However, you should research what others commented about on the games. If it's just a really hard game section you might not be in such bad shape.
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