I could really use some advice....
So ever since I took the LSAT this past saturday I've been debating over whether or not to cancel my score. On my practice tests I had been scoring consistently in the mid 160's. I wanted to score at least a 164 on the actual test to get into my goal schools. Now, after the test I am debating over whether to cancel my score. I felt extremely rushed on one of the logic sections and didn't feel that confident about the games section as I usually do. I feel like I probably scored in the low 160's (maybe even 159-worst possible case)-but who knows I maybe could have scored 165 if I was lucky-I usually tend to have a lot of doubts after tests. However, I want to apply for law school this year, but many say that its best to get your apps in early as possible-especially the more competitive schools. I don't know if I should cancel my score and take the December, which I could probably do better on-but what if I do worse? Then I have a huge problem-a low score and I'm applying later. So should I not cancel and retake if my score comes back low, or should I take the risk and cancel and hope that December goes much better? I'm not sure what I should do...Is anyone in the same situation or have any advice?