Of course there is always a way out. The best advice I can give (or what I would do in your situation) is get all your applications sorted, polished and set up to go to the law schools you want and as soon as you can, send them off to universities. Take a break from the LSAT while you do this, just so that you don't get burnt out and sick of the test. After that by mid to end of October, get back into studying so you stay fresh. As long as you felt you were properly prepped, I would go easy and just do a PT or two every week unless there is something specific you want to focus on. You're not going to be in top position getting your application to 'complete' in December, but you are far from screwed. And in the mean time, process how/why you panicked and how you can overcome that in the future.
That must have been some LG experimental - seems like a lot of people found it wreaked havoc with how they handled the rest of the test.
Meggo, thank you for your response. I can send out applications with everything OTHER than an LSAT score and then update the file with an LSAT score later on to become complete?
I already have everything set to go- personal statement, diversity statement, resume, lor's etc. What should I do?