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How to politely debrief proctors about proper testtaking procedures?

I went to the Kaplan test site review center, and the one I am signed up for has consistently bad reviews (I should have signed up earlier).  Anyway, I don't want to be an a-hole about it, but this is my damn LSAT we're talking about here (you know, that 80% of my admissions?).  The reviews say the proctors are not very professional, and use an analog clock, and also cut off people a couple minutes too early.  This makes a difference.  I'm sure there are other people who might encounter the same thing.  How can I suggest beforehand that a proctor use a digital clock that I hand them, or make sure no interruptions are allowed?  The reviews consistently say that the proctors were not given the proper training, and did not seem to care.  What should I say beforehand? 

swifty

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Re: How to politely debrief proctors about proper testtaking procedures?
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2004, 02:08:59 AM »
Some people will drive 100's of miles and sleep in a hotel the night before.  If it bothers you that much, do this.  I have the worst test site ever I think, i have to change it to 90 miles away. Going a day earlier. 

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Re: How to politely debrief proctors about proper testtaking procedures?
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2004, 05:55:37 AM »
I agree, change if you can.