Here's my LSAT advice: Don't take it. Save yourself $112, a bunch of stress, and the lunacy of this forum immediately after the test.
Trust me, there are more fun ways to spend a Saturday morning/afternoon. The test isn't exceptionally difficult, but it is mentally taxing. Not to mention that I have been typing everything for years, so picking up a pencil and writing on a topic for 20-25 minutes at the end left my hand feeling like I had my grandmother's rheumatoid arthritis.
I can't wait for the score - good or bad. I'm only taking one shot at this. If given the opportunity to retake the LSAT or have a root canal, you'll find me at the endodontist office.
Seriously, the test wasn't as nasty as the MCAT (and not nearly as expensive, from what I remember paying about a dozen years ago for the MCAT), but I'm getting too old for this.