Here's the situation. This is my third LSAT. On the OCT '05 test, I misbubbled badly on the RC, knew it, hoped I hadn't, and decided not to cancel. I got a 159. On the DEC test I upped that to 172. Since then I have been teaching the LSAT at workshops and decided (I know it was stupid) to try one more time for the HYS score. By the way, my GPA is 3.97. Assuming a scale like Junes I've tried to predict my score. The RC section makes it difficult because I had so little extra time that I'm a little confused as to exactly what answers I choice. Bottom line is I'm very sure I didn't do better. Best guess would be around 167-168. I doubt 170 and it could conceivably fall as low as 165. My reason for retaking was that I hoped that an admin official looking at 159/172 would be better assured if they saw another 170+. Question: if you were an admin official would you be more apt to raise your eyebrows at 159/172/166 or 159/172/cancel? Actually, I tend to believe that they could care less. A 130/172/140 still means they get to report a 172. I am interested in the opinions of the posters on this board. Thanks.