My students called me off the hook to share, discuss, celebrate as well as vent their LSAT scores. Overall, it's good news at LSAT Sensei. I'm immensely proud of my students - both those who did well and those who under-performed.
If you under-performed, go ahead and remorse a bit, but don't stay down too long. You and I know your true potential. Email me if you need to discuss next steps. All in all, however, no situation is so bad. If your true potential is much higher than what you scored, then you can demonstrate that on the next exam.
The immense advantage of taking the LSAT in June is getting your results way before law school applications are out. It's a win-win situation for both those who rocked and those who bombed the test. If you rocked it, you're squared away to apply early; maybe even take advantage of early admissions. If you bombed it, then dust yourself off and try again; register for the Sept exam and demonstrate your true potential on the LSAT.
Keep positive people! Never under estimate the power of optimism~