Cancellation Deadline Tomorrow
- Jun 12, 2010
- LSAT Analysis
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
If you are still considering canceling your June 2010 LSAT score, tomorrow is the final day to do so. Fax your cancellation forms into LSAC and make sure you get a confirmation.
Good reasons to cancel:
*You misbubbled the entire test or any sections.
*You did the exercise Matt has in our featured video and are not in your ideal range.
*You completely screwed up a game or a reading comp passage.
*You used a Sharpie on the scantron.
Bad reasons to cancel:
*You have a general feeling of malaise.
*You have an unrealistic sense of how much you can improve.
*All the cool kids are doing it.
So, if you’re cancelling, get on it. If you’re not, enjoy the first weekend of the Wait.
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