I'm admittedly not entirely at peace with my LSAT score and am considering a retake. Does LSAC (or anyone else) keep data on odds of improving one's score the second time around?
Yeah, on average people only improve about 2 points..which, in the big picture, really isnt worth it. However, that is only an average
. If your previous score was significantly lower than your practice range (i.e. at LEAST 4/5 points) than the chances of you improving substantially are much greater (in my opinion). I think there is a difference between retakers who think they'll do much better because they've seen the test before, and those who just screwed up the first time. More often than not, you don't screw up twice.