I need to pay closer attention. Sorry about that. It's the scaled score/percentile breakdown.
I was disgusted after I got the results, but I wasn't surprised since my diagnostic was around the same. I generally feel okay after the LSAT (took it twice already and bombed both times--taking it a third time this June,after some intense studying). If you've consistently scored in the 160s, you might expect to have at least that. But I wouldn't worry about what you see on these boards in terms of how people are feeling about the same test you took, because most of it is after-test jitters. Taking the LSAT is an intense experience; it is likely that you'd feel kinda edgy about the test all the way up until you receive your results. Try to relax now; you've done the most difficult part
Do you guys know if the LSAC sends out your held "Reports" to schools today, too?I haven't received an email with my score so I don't have mine, and on my LSAC "HOME" page I still have this:One or more LSDAS/LSAT reports have not been sent. Check for details under Account Status/Reports.Thanks, you guys.