If it makes you feel better at all, I'm sure a lot of people feel the same way. I know I screwed up reading comp, which was my second section, and it made me feel depressed the rest of the test. That stupid bus game didn't help matters. I'm just going to wait for the score, and then retake in December if it's really bad. Not much else to do at this point.
The problem is I KNOW I did bad because I guessed on soooo many questions. I'm never like this. I just simply didn't have the psychological constitution for it.
I had the test where there were two LG sections. One section was at the first of the test and the other was in section 4. I assume that section 4 was the real LG section because it was a lot easier (and more in line with the LG sections I've been doing). Well, after I couldn't complete the 4th game of that first section and time was called, I felt I had "lost the game". I really worked hard on LG sections and I was getting really good at them, so to not be able to finish a section felt like a big time defeat. I think had a LR and RC section following respectively. I could NOT concentrate after that first section because I felt so defeated. I would even try to tell myself that it was very well an experimental section, but it simply didn't matter. I ended up reading and re-reading so many sentences after that, I had tons of guesses at the end. Now realizing that it was an experimental section for sure, it's even more frustrating!