I took the LSAT in October of 2004 and scored 139. I was sick with the flu and this had a bigger impact on my score than I expected.
I retook the LSAT in December and scored a 151. That's a 12 point gain over my previous score and closer to what I was expecting.
For fun I kept up with the LSAT in my spare time as it became a bit of a hobby. I'm at a point where I can nearly ace the LSAT now, and I suspect if I took the LSAT for a 3rd time I would score in the low 170's - maybe even ace it.
The drawback is that my LSAT report is going to show 139, 151 and [maybe] 172. How is that going to fly? Plus, I really don't want to wait another year for law school. I'm 37, 3 small kids, and I'm old enough where I'm now aging in dog years. Every delay adds 7 years to my life. Then again, scoring in the 170's might change things in a very good way...