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I have a 3.67 and I'm planning to take the LSAT in October. Right now my score range is about 169-173 but I'm worried that test anxiety will get the better of me and I'll have to retake. Maybe it won't and things will go as well as they could. But, in the chance that they don't, would it be better to retake in December and still try to apply this cycle, or should I wait and apply next year? If I had a 4.0 and was scoring in the 177-180 range then I wouldn't care so much about applying late, but I'm concerned that losing the early advantage will hurt me at schools like CCN where my numbers are kind of on the fence. Any suggestions?
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Depends how much you value the year. Personally I would probably wait the year if you don't like your LSAT, retake in February or something so you're not stressed about a time crunch between when you get your score and the December test date.
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