I'm fairly sure I got around 10 questions wrong, plus or minus 1 or 2, which would put me anywhere from around a 166 to a 172 depending on the scale and how lucky I am. I know that's not a bad score, but my perfectionism is crying out in agony, heh.I'm contemplating cancelling and retaking next June, I don't have any time to study this semester, but my last semester (the one before June) I only have to take one 2-credit class. I'm also planning on taking the Patent Examiner test at that time which will require a TON of studying which should actually help me on the LSAT stuff (it involves lots of reading of really dense material, perfect!!). I also really struggled with the test time (morning), having it after noon would be a huge plus.Obviously every situation is different, I'm still not 100% sure I even want to go to law school - and getting out and working for a year might help me decide. Anybody else in a similar boat?
Good point... I think looking at Harvard's new numbers where a 170 is their 25th percentile got me a little depressed, not that I would necessarily even go to Harvard if I got in, but at least it makes me feel like my grass is a LOT less green.I'll probably keep it, there's a reasonable chance I hit 170 which would be good. A 168 would be kind of embarrassing, but I can live with it (it's only 4 more than my second practice test, I did 21 practice tests for what..? lol).
bruin04 - was the scholarship you got from UVA merit based, or need-based? Just curious, and congrats on your choice .