There is definitely a learning curve associated with this type of testing. They will tell you to be sure you dress appropriately for weather conditions, eat a good breakfast, get a good night's sleep the night before the exam and so much of that is dismissed as foolishness. It works, especially on your second attempt, because the fear of the unknown is no longer a major factor.
You also had time to critically review you previous test and understand where you lost your way. From my experience it is wise to show both results (first and second tests) since this shows that certain factors may ave influenced the score of the first exam. Anyone who reviews LSAT GMAT or GRE scores knows how difficult it can be facing the unknown and will watch for a much improved score the second time around. Carpe diem. LSAT is a door you can now close and you can now concentrate on bigger and better things, like what kind of car will a lawyer look impressive in? Best of luck my friend.
Your answer is the one the admissions committee will like, and I have served on my share of admissions committees.
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