I'm really conflicted about whether or not to cancel. I think I scored about a 169-171, which is obviously a perfectly good score. But I'd been practicing at 176+ and just bombed the games section on this test. I had LG first, and I had a lot of trouble concentrating at first...a room down the hall decided to have a party last night, so I got very little sleep. LR is my best section, and I think RC went all right. Normally I do quite well on games, as well, but not today. I know it's really silly to expect to match your PT performance, but I believe I can do better than I did today on a decent night's sleep. So - is it worse to have a cancel on your record or a score ~5-8 points lower than your retake score? How are score cancellations percieved by law schools? I'm not applying this year, so I have plenty of time to retake (and will almost certainly retake regardless of whether or not I cancel.) BTW: I've been lurking for several weeks, and I just want to thank everyone who has made this forum as entertaining and informative as it is. I hope you all did really well this morning.
I'm in kind of the same boat, practicing at 176 (175, 178, and 177 were my last 3), and I found the games a lot tougher than I usually do--I wouldn't cancel, though. The answers you did put are likely to be correct! Did you run out of time?