Don't panic. Get a good night's sleep and reassess tomorrow. It sounds like you could be assuming things are worse than they actually are. Misreading one set of logic reasoning isn't the end of the world. When I took the LSAT, I ran out of time and had to guess on an entire RC passage - and still ended up doing just fine. You can't be sure how many questions you missed until you see your score (provided you don't cancel). At what point during the test did you start 'freaking out'? How much of this is your nervousness about the importance of the score? Are you sure you WANT to apply to law school this year?
All is not lost. I'm not sure what I'd do if I were you, but I have a feeling it isn't quite as bad as you think!
thanks for the encouraging reply.. my assumptions are defenetely towards the worse end. but then again, even on the worse side - what if I got like 155. arg, i hate this feeling.
I wasn't super "freaked out" but i found my thought process weren't as clear, compared to when i was doing other practice tests, i was also running outta time immensely - didn't have time to check my answers (usually do have a minute or two at the end to check my answers). for dec. lsat, i was rushing.. also, i kinda freaked out more(my thought process slowed down) after the whole "there are 5 minutes remaining" thing got announced..
I was really hoping to apply this year. but it would be an option to work an extra year after graduating college before I start law school. provided that i study like crazy for another half a year and get a really good score.. i do admit my reading comprehension level could be improved, esp speed wise..
i really don't know what to do. it would really suck to study for this darn test again.. yet by not canceling the exam i feel really bad on, im making a dangerous bet..
o boy.. what to do..