This response goes out to both you and the person who posted the 149 thing. As you may or may not know...and I'm guessing you don't, I didn't study for the LSAT. That is why I got a 149. I'm taking it again in June, and after only about 2..maybe 2 and a half weeks of prep, I'm already scoring from 160-164 on practice tests. I didn't take the LSAT 5 times like some people who I guess were using the "blind squirrel finds the acorn" approach.
lolIf I don't get into any of the schools I applied to, then yeah, I'll go ahead and retake the LSAT. I just think it's a shame, because I don't really believe the LSAT tests anything at all.
I don't believe it tests anything at all. Nothing of value, anyway, only the ability to take that test. I never denied that and I'm not doing it now. But if you take it 5 times....and presumably you study for it every time, it says a hell of a lot if you can only go up 4 points from your first time to your fourth or fifth time. At some point, it becomes a matter of learning from your mistakes, and that's not a really convincing case of somebody doing it. That does speak to somebody's intelligence.