Hi all,Glad I found this thread. I'm 37 and living in Japan with a family and family biz. Sorry I selected this username, there are others who deserve it more!I took the LSAT in the 80s and did well. However, the LSAT is now a serious challenge for me! My best prep test score was 156. The 10/04 test did not go well- 147. I took this last test in December and am thinking about cancelling. I already cancelled the June test (had an unexpected anxiety attack as soon as I started writing my name on the form). As a student, I was always able to give my best, despite the results...Last year, when I first considered applying, my attitude was, 'I'm going to leave my family, business and begin spending a lot of our hard-earned savings at a law school- for an uncertain future'. I felt that the law schools should be courting ME!Now, I feel like I'm 22 all over again- playing their game and their rules So my question is- are two cancels going to hurt me? Does anyone have the same experience? One last note- I've lived outside of the U.S. for the past ten years, speaking mostly Japanese and losing confidence in my native English along the way. I hope the law schools realize this....Geezer
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