Just a note of encouragement. I took the LSAT, and got a 148. I have no idea why, I was shocked when I got the score. I took it a year later, and scored 163. The conditions were better the first time I took it (i.e, bigger desk, less stress). The second time I was freaking out because I actually thought I did worse. I felt good after the first time, and I was nervous about the second. Then I got the e-mail indicating a 163. So my advice to someone who scored below 150 and tested higher is to take the test again. You have very little to lose and don't always know how things will work out.Now if I could only figure out how the various schools will view the 14 point jump in my score, but that is another thread.