Okay. Here's my situation.
I already took the LSAT last September, scoring a 164. (LR:-6, -6, RC: -3, LG: -1) After all, I put down a deposit at W&M, so I can just go to W&M this fall only if I want to. But, for some reason, I see this whole law school thing as a sort of an opportunity to redeem everything that I should've deserved in the past - I went to a T2 college abroad, dropped out of it, went to a shi t-hole state college in the states. Now, I badly, badly wanna get into a T14 which I think is well within my reach.
So, recently I've been scoring around -2 on a LR section timed. I haven't focused on RC, but will do as much as I can for RC for the next two weeks - I'm hoping to get less than -3 on RC on the real thing. LG has been my strongest part. Last year, I missed 1 question on LG, but I still haven't done any LG section recently, and occasionally when my brain goes nuts, I could possibly miss something like 4 or 5 questions. In an ideal scenario, I will get -4 on two LRs, -2 to -3 on RC, -1 on LG, so it's gonna be a 170+. But, my thinking is I could be in a much better shape if I put it off till October. But, the costs of doing so would be huge - foregoing W&M forever. And on top of that, I'm exhausting most of prep materials - I've done like 45 PTs out of 50.
The problem is, if I push it back to October, then I should give up W&M forever. I know I should be able to get into it again next cycle unless I totally ruin the Oct test to get something like a 155, which is very unlikely, but you know, disaster could always happen.
So.. I'm debating if I should just take the June test or push it back to October. What do you guys think?