What is the correct protocol for a proctor when they have to write someone up during the exam?
It doesn't really affact me now I guess, I chose not to cancel, but I considered it. During my exam a student near me was spoken to because they were supposedly seen going into another section. They were told not to do it, and they'd be written up, but they started to object during the test. It really distracted me and I probably lost 2-3 minutes of my focus. I really believe that time would have made a difference in this particular section.
It was my first time taking the LSAT. I understand, the proctor can't really avoid talking to them. But if the student argues, shoudn't they just leave it alone or something and deal with it on break? Just wondering, what usually happens in this situation.