I have seen that you have posted this question on a number of threads. LSAC has changed their procedures and now they will accept your highest LSAT to determine your index. Others can confirm this. If this is the case and you have the ability to retake the LSAT, take some time and study like it is your job and smoke that standardized deterministic piece of arbitrary s*"t. Don't be discouraged by what you hear about your LSAT because if you really want to do well as a law student and lawyer, it means very little. Good luck.