I'm interning at a DA's office so I'm sure they'll understand it just won't exactly make me look great when I have to say "Hey, btw I'm an idiot and turns out I can't come in the first day! Hope a week's notice is sufficient!" I also had plans to go see my girlfriend before she goes away from the summer and now those plans are up in the air. Really what's bugging me is that I felt super ready and now I have to keep this going for another week which sucks
I also have a summer position that starts on June 12, and they were extremely lenient when I told them about the LSAT. I wouldn't worry.
As for "keeping it going," I truly suggest retakes. I I broke through a plateau mainly through retakes. I have terrible memory regarding the details of the questions so each one is like new for me, but if you have been studying for a while you can recycle your earlier PTs. An added bonus is that you run a lower risk of having a low outlier score close to test day. At the end of the day, you aren't going to forget the stuff, so all you need to focus on is staying sharp, which doesn't require fresh material.
Amerision wrote:I really don't know what else to do. Only one PT left. I've been going through every LG from 1-40 but even that will be done soon. 9 days left till the exam -- I've even resorted to trying to make my own LSAT questions lol.
I advocate retakes here as well. PTs only need to be fresh so you can evaluate your "true" performance, but my retakes and fresh tests have been in the same range.