Well, let me put the test in full perspective. I drank three beers the night before, but more importantly, I was up till around 3:30AM and got up at 7:30AM to take the test. The other PTs I took were all in the afternoon as well.
Like I said, on the first arguments section I made a ton of REALLY stupid mistakes (for example, I got questions 2 and 3 wrong, both of which were probably a 1 or 2 on LSAC’s 1-5 difficulty scale).
I often read on here that the newer tests are harder, and I don't agree with that. I do, however, fully agree that the tests aren't any easier all the while the scale is consistently getting tougher. Even taking into account my several amateur mistakes, the scale is still very rough.
Here are my impressions of the June ’07 LSAT vs. old LSAT’s:
Games: Noticeably easier
Arguments: Very small, if any, difference between the two (perhaps the language on newer ones is slightly more convoluted).
Reading Comp: The first three passages weren’t bad (including comp. reading), but the fourth passage was absolutely ridiculous – so I’m saying Reading Comp., in general, is somewhat harder on new tests.
Overall, I believe the relative logical difficulty of the June ’07 test isn’t greater than that of the old tests – the real difference is in the newly tightened scale. For example, I have a friend who has taken 4/5 LSATs and has never scored below a 160 (before we scored our tests together he was quoted as saying, "sh*t, I never get below a 160."). He got a 159.
I better step up my LSAT studying and/or revise my list of schools which to apply.