« on: October 23, 2005, 06:17:18 PM »
Screwed up. I misbubbled the RC and had to go back. I wasn't sure that I had rebubbled correctly. I was averaging 168-175 on pt's, but knew that I was probably sitting between a worse case of 161 and a best case of 166. I knew I should have cancelled but let curiosity and unfounded optimism get the best of me. Results sucked. I guessed on the last five RC and the last five LG and went o for 10. Final: LR (52/52) That's right aced it. LG's (17/22). realized it was easy and screwed it up anyhow. The killer - RC (7/26). Badly messed up the re-bubble for a disasterous 159. Luckily this was good enough for my immediate needs. I am in a 3+3 program that will allow me to start UALR Law School next Fall as long as I have a 158 on the LSAT and a 3.5 GPA. My GPA is currently a 4.0 and the 159 qualifies me, but I have no desire to go to UALR. My heart is sort of set on Cornell, who mercifully takes high score. I don't actually, therefore, have to apply until next year. The question is do I go ahead and retake in DEC or is their any disadvantage or advantage to waiting for the FEB exam. I know they don't release any info except for the score in FEB (no scale, no responses, no test book). Any info would be appreciated, especially if anyone has ever taken a FEB test.