I cancelled mine right after the test.
Every single timed preptest I've taken has been: answer everything, get 6-7 questions wrong. A bit more, a bit less. But all hinging on the fact that I get through everything and just miss stupid questions along the way.
During the actual test I totally felt out of it, couldn't sleep the night before/was nauseous during the exam (I think it's cause I hadn't been eating properly the few days before), couldn't concentrate properly, and completely guessed -- as in bubbled blindly -- on 6 LR questions (that's down to 174, max). The last game I completely just blazed through and missed the last 4 problems (I'd never not finished a game section before!
). With my normal 6-7 wrong, I would've been *very* lucky to break 170. And I don't want to hinge my entire law school prospects on luck -- I think, realistically, I was looking more at 163-165.
Was depressed for about a day, then I realized I'm still young, still very much enjoy the job I have now, have plenty of time, and instead of rushing off the rest of my application (LORs, essays, none of which I'd done) between now and November I have a full year to work on it and a full 9 months to prep for the next test (am taking it in June). I also know I hadn't prepped to my full 100% -- was still missing stupid questions the week before the test, time-suckers still bogging me down, had 15 or so more preptests I hadn't done. So maybe it's all for the better?
Anyway, how'd the rest of you guys do? Anyone else cancel?