about 8 hours before the December LSAT I was struck by a drunk driver and received a pretty gnarly concussion and busted up my jaw. I wrote the LSAT the next day but I could barely focus on it, and felt pretty strongly that I bombed it. I registered for the February LSAT almost immediately. When the scores were released I was pleasantly surprised that I scored a 161. This put me on the bubble for many of the schools I applied to (CGPA 3.75). I had been practice testing consistently around 165-168, so I was thought I would write the Feb LSAT just to be on the safe side. However, a couple of weeks ago I got accepted into Queen's, which is one of my top choices. My question is, is there any point in me writing the February LSAT? My old man thinks I should since I've already paid for it and for "bragging rights" but I feel like if there is actually no tangible benefit I would rather not be bothered since it lines up with midterms and what not. The only potential upside I can see, assuming I score well, is potential scholarship money, but from what I understand most if not all scholarship money is awarded before February results are released, and I'm not even sure that I would score high enough to qualify anyways. Does anyone have any thoughts or see anything I'm missing? Thanks!