So I missed the LSAT today. If I wasn't on the fence between an absence and a stab/cancel, I'd be extremely pissed.
Anybody who attempted to metro from VA to a DC testing center such as American or UDC definitely had a abrupt change in travel plans. I noticed there was "construction" this weekend on the website, but there is ALWAYS construction on weekends, and I thought nothing of it. In my experience it has always been intermediate stations closing that are easily bridged by a shuttle. It has NEVER been an entire f***ing station, not to mention what is probably the largest station in the system, serving as a transfer for six different lines.
Needless to say they didn't mention anything when I got on the train, only when I was being forced off it. At this time I was a little uneasy, but I thought finding a cab would be no problem. Through maybe a stroke of bad fortune, or maybe just a total lack of cabs on a Saturday morning, I couldn't hail one, not for 20-30 minutes.
A simple phone call to a cab company or friend would do the trick, but of course I followed the rule that no cell phones are allowed to the test.
I saw at least two other people that were freaking out pretty bad. Felt bad for them.
Because I was on the fence, I saw it as a sign that maybe its just better if I study more and take it in December. I was already disappointed at myself for a strong start to studying and a very lax finish in the last month.
Just wanted to see if this affected anybody else.