I'd cancel if I were you, especially because of your GPA. I have a GPA that is on the lower side as well and I basically think anything below 165 is useless to me. I'm aiming for 169+. But if you have a school that you think will accept a 3.0 and 156 then of course don't cancel. But if you don't know of any school that will accept that (I don't know if there are any), then just cancel it and get the free retake. Why waste money on keeping a score that's worthless?
I think I once passed through Saskatchewan by train, and I've flown over it a number of times. But seeing comment excerpts in the sidebar attracted me to this thread.
I was just wondering why OP is so against a lunch break. If she doesn't want to eat lunch okay, but why should other people be denied the opportunity?! Eating in class is problematic for multiple reasons (sound, smell, sight, spring to mind). And what's wrong with having a day off in the middle of the week, in which she could study all day at home, sipping old fashioneds?
I scored a 156 on the July LSAT and I'm seriously considering canceling my score. My poor GPA doesn't help my situation either. I consistently scored between 152-162 on PT's.
My list of schools I'd like to get into goes something like this;
McGill, Calgary, Queens, Dalhousie, Windsor and then Western.
Any input, advice or general help would be amazing for me as I'm struggling with this decision.