I took the June 2003 LSAT in Austin last year. There was some construction going on in the building, and the walls were extremely thin. To make matters worse, a class started up in the room next to ours and the professor chose that day to show an extremely LOUD movie. Everyone complained, and the proctor went around the building trying to quiet things down, but it didn't help at all. A girl in the front started crying. It was horrible. I contacted LSAC when the test was over, and they told me that they had recieved numerous complaints and that they were looking into the problem. I got a letter in the mail a week later saying that all the people who were in our room had the option to cancel their score and retake the test in October for free, and that LSAC would include a letter in our reports explaining the reason for our score cancellation. Needless to say, I took the opportunity to cancel and retake. I took the test in October in the same room, and that time, the proctors provided ear plugs. That helped!