The past few weeks have been an unrelenting stew of emotions for recent LSAT takers: relief to be through it, anxiety about how you performed, and sleepless nights waiting on your results.
For a lot of people—and fingers crossed you're among them—the LSAT is a memory, and prep books and course materials can be discarded as you see fit. For others, it didn't go as well as hoped, that fact is clear, and you're going to have to retake without question.
But what about those on the fence? What should you do if your retake is score-dependent and you've got another week or so without the information needed to make your decision?
Limbo's no fun but it doesn't have to be squandered. Let me give you some brief advice on how to best spend that time.