I took the June test but cancelled the score. In October, I scored 2 points below my target. I don't think I did much better last Saturday. I have some worries that I may score lower in December because of the curve, but I'd have to do substantially worse to lower the point average. Because of that, I'm contemplating cancelling again, but that would probably be frowned upon. If all the cards fall right though, I could score up to 4 points higher, and I'd write an addendum hoping that they'll take the higher score.
What should I do?
Just out of my business experience I would say that a second cancellation would be worse.
One cancellation is most likely ignored by the admissions administrators but when you get to two they may say whats wrong with this guy/girl. If you scored 2 points below your target I would have just kept that score.
I believe I scored probably 10 points below my target on the Dec test just because I had to get up so early to get to the test center and did not really focus like I would have liked until the 3rd - 5th sections which I breezed through and did very well on.
I'm taking it again in Feb. The law schools I want to go to shouldnt mind.