My goal now is to go to Boston University and get a second bachelor's degree. This time in economics. While I am doing that, I'll study for the LSAT again and prepare for another run at law school. I have a feeling if I were to take the LSAT now, cold turkey, I'd get at least a 160 or 161. Although I've studied a little bit the past couple of weeks. For example, the other day I did one of the analytical reasoning games and got 5 out of 7 correct. On the actual test, when I got the 166, I think I aced that section. The section that troubled me the most, if I am not mistaken, was logical reasoning. I got like 22 out of 26 correct on both sections. Something like that. So I would have gotten something like 24 out of 24 on the games section, 44 out of 52 on the logical reasoning sections, and maybe 21 out of 25 on the reading comprehension section. I don't remember exactly. Unfortunately, my LSAC membership expired and I can't access my LSAT anymore.