Yep, the time was definitely the biggest obstacle. I thought the arguments seemed somewhat easier than I anticipated--I hope that is a good sign. I had two reading comprehension sections. I think I did GREAT on one and felt rushed and exhausted on the other since it was at the end of the exam. The logic games were a little harder than I was expecting but feel confident with the questions I attempted. All in all, I think I did well but can't really remember much about it other than I felt a tremendous feeling of relief when it was all over with.
Good luck everyone!
ROFL I distinctly remember that same overwhelming feeling of relief to actually be done with it...heck I STILL feel that way 2 days later! lol
I do normally have a problem staying awake for lengthy standardized tests...so I made sure not to get used to caffeine so I could caffeine up for the test. And it worked. With a Starbucks Doubleshot (the BIG can) before the test and most of another on on the break, I felt like a GI JOE through the whole thing! Into the next morning...was not sleepy for the LONGEST time. lol.
@ unpreparedness of others, aside from the guy next to me needing to use my sharpener I didn't really sense that. I was considered late because I misjudged the amount of time it would take for the everlasting long line for fingerprinting to dwindle down...so even though I was there on time, I sat in a nearby room to warm my brain up with a logic game, and ended up walking in during preliminary instructions. I would have killed myself if I got there on time and ended up kicked out because I sat in a nearby room too long! smh Close call.
I do know Murphy's Law loves to act up in times like this so I left for the site 1 hour before I was to be there (it was a 20 minute trip). Sure enough, I got off one exit too early and instead of re-routing me, my GPS for some WEIRD reason decided to try and send me back HOME and i had not TOUCHED it! It was only when I started seeing signs for the highway that goes to my place that I realized it was wrong. Turned back around, and was definitely glad that I had started out giving myself 3 times the amount of time I needed to get there, because had I given myself even just 15 minutes extra, I might have missed it. My gps never did that before that was quite scary.