Also, be prepared for sick testtakers (aka coughing), construction noise outside, and horrible proctors - try to take practice exams in bad conditions so that if any of these happen during the real exam, you won't get thrown off (trust me, I got thrown off in my first section in June and it affected me through the next 4 sections).
I took my two practice tests a month ago at Panera bread. I fugure that if i can go through 5 sections with my timer and with people talking, walking, and sitting down next to me continuously through the strictly timed tests then the REAL thing will be a cakewalk. Over the next couple of weeks I am going to take a few tests in slightly less hectic conditions. I found that I was having to re-read LR passages and certain sections of the RC because of the constant disctractions in the cafe.
I am curious about how I will score in more actual test like conditions now that I have done some serious studying this past month. My previous two full prep tests were done at Panera. I don't think the actual LSAT testing center will have grandma's, kids, and a PA system announcing when "kelly's" order is ready!!!!!!
Good luck to the other Feb test takers!