Didn't it drive you nuts not knowing what your score was? I wouldn't even consider canceling because it would drive me to the brink of insanity never knowing exactly how I did. Am I weird or is the need for score-preservation just outweighing your insane curiosity?
I was reading through all of the threads of people who canceled. It seemed to me like there were a fair amount of people who canceled this time. Also, does anyone know how many people normally cancel their test each time? Does the LSAC make that information public?
I'm surprisingly not manic about having canceled (as I thought I would be, lol). I almost always finish all the questions in time, but on the real thing I missed about 5 or 6 on LRs and bombed the whole last game (due to timing). No way I could've scored anywhere near my range, so canceling was the only option.
Plus I think if I got something like 163-165, even after 2 months of heavy study, I'd be crushed and way less motivated to study for the next one. At least now I know I wasn't doing my best and have the confidence (as misplaced as it may be) that my previous efforts weren't completely futile .