Dutch: I'm taking the LSAT again because I didn't get a score good enough for Georgia State (if I can get in, I'll go part-time at night) or other schools in areas where my husband and I may end up. We will move West at some point and if it is while I'm still in law school, I don't want there to be any concerns about my LSAT score.
The toughest parts of the exam for me were the logical and analytical (logic games) reasoning sections. I had not worked through the PowerScore bibles beforehand and I didn't fully comprehend how to work the problems effectively. Once you take the test I think you'll understand. Time is critical because those 35 minutes per section go by very quickly. PowerScore emphasizes time management, which is key to doing well on the LSAT.