From Knewton student, Garrett Gunchick
I must admit, the September 09 LSAT was not as scary as I made it out to be in my head. I felt confident in my preparation, and decided to go in with success in mind. None of the sections caught me off guard, and I even thought the RC was a little easier than it was on previous PrepTests I had taken. The LR was about average, with nothing sticking out in my mind as something I hadn’t seen before. The Logic Games were all pretty simple, except for the last game, which turned my brain into jello — luckily it was the last section I had to take.
The test center I took the test at is my own college, and I have spent many hours in the room I took the LSAT in so I felt comfortable there. I also knew that they keep that room like -30 below, so I layered up. I felt really sorry for people who didn’t know better and showed up in shorts and t-shirts. Nothing unusual happened, and time flew by; 5 hours passed in what seemed like just an hour or so. I’m a good standardized test-taker, so I wasn’t nervous per se — apprehensive would be a good adjective.
As I write this, though I don’t get my score for another couple weeks, I still feel confident I did well and hit my goal score.