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Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:16 am
by cdelgado
Hello everyone,

I am so sorry for adding to the chorus of questions, complaints, etc. I would sincerely appreciate any advice.

I took the LSAT yesterday and most of it is a blur. I believe I did fine on LR and LG (unless I misinterpreted a rule, entirely possible) but tanked on the RC. I didn't comprehend the passages that I read and had to guess on the last one.

By "fine" I mean within my accepted score range. I have come to terms that I need to live with a 155-158. Pathetic. I know. But that is life.

Anyway, my question is this: should I cancel? Obviously my range of schools is not that grand, and most of them take the top score anyway. So to me it makes no sense if I am not going to a school that averages to cancel.

My hope is Pitt, and I will be entering in Fall 2012 with a 3.95 undergrad GPA at a respected institution. That is a whole other discussion though.

Could anyone please help me out here?

Re: Advice

Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:33 am
by joebloe
How you were doing on PTs is a critical consideration here.

Re: Advice

Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:44 am
by cdelgado
Before PT's in the 40's I was averaging 153-156 and the more recent practice tests starting with 58 and on 155-159, LSAT 59, 60, 61 were 155, 157, and 157, respectively.

Re: Advice

Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 12:54 pm
by RaleighStClair
Sounds like you performed right within your range. IMO you really shouldn't cancel unless you're sure you were well below where you had been PTing.