I'm just amazed at the number of people who take the LSAT cold. I think if people knew the importance of that score, they wouldn't have to scramble later. It might be helpful if LSAC had an information page about how for many law schools the LSAT score is more heavily weighted, and can mean the difference between acceptance, rejection, and scholarship $$$ (it could be a pop up page when you register for the test- like a WARNING BEFORE YOU TEST). I'm thankful I worked in a firm full of young lawyers who impressed the importance of a good score on me. I studied my butt off and did pretty well.