How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

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How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby PLATONiC » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:16 am

I'm registered for the Asia LSAT, and it's at 8:30. How long did it take for your proctor to pass out all the test forms so that everyone can begin the test?

I've heard someone mention on TLS about how it took 2 hours for the test to start... any input would be nice. It'd be super nice if someone who has actually taken the Korea LSAT tell me about their experiences at Yonsei University.

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Re: How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby PLATONiC » Sat Apr 24, 2010 9:23 am

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Re: How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby ShibaDan » Sat Apr 24, 2010 10:09 am

PLATONiC wrote:I'm registered for the Asia LSAT, and it's at 8:30. How long did it take for your proctor to pass out all the test forms so that everyone can begin the test?

I've heard someone mention on TLS about how it took 2 hours for the test to start... any input would be nice. It'd be super nice if someone who has actually taken the Korea LSAT tell me about their experiences at Yonsei University.


I took it in Japan and they seemed decently competent. Some people broke rules. (Mechanical pencils, and one girl had freakin big ben on her desk.) But eventually they caught most of the infractions. It wasn't so bad. I had a huge desk to myself and they were good about time. No warnings though.

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Re: How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby Mr. Smith » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:00 pm

def2104 wrote:
PLATONiC wrote:I'm registered for the Asia LSAT, and it's at 8:30. How long did it take for your proctor to pass out all the test forms so that everyone can begin the test?

I've heard someone mention on TLS about how it took 2 hours for the test to start... any input would be nice. It'd be super nice if someone who has actually taken the Korea LSAT tell me about their experiences at Yonsei University.


I took it in Japan and they seemed decently competent. Some people broke rules. (Mechanical pencils, and one girl had freakin big ben on her desk.) But eventually they caught most of the infractions. It wasn't so bad. I had a huge desk to myself and they were good about time. No warnings though.


I took it internationally and it took about an hour to get into the exam. It was scheduled at 2:00 pm and we started filling in answer bubbles about 3:00 pm. Also had a small group, about 30 or so, so I think that made it go quicker than some of the larger groups.

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Re: How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby honestabe84 » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:42 pm

def2104 wrote:
PLATONiC wrote:I'm registered for the Asia LSAT, and it's at 8:30. How long did it take for your proctor to pass out all the test forms so that everyone can begin the test?

I've heard someone mention on TLS about how it took 2 hours for the test to start... any input would be nice. It'd be super nice if someone who has actually taken the Korea LSAT tell me about their experiences at Yonsei University.


I took it in Japan and they seemed decently competent. Some people broke rules. (Mechanical pencils, and one girl had freakin big ben on her desk.) But eventually they caught most of the infractions. It wasn't so bad. I had a huge desk to myself and they were good about time. No warnings though.


What!? :lol:

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Re: How long does it take for proctors to distribute exams?

Postby PLATONiC » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:18 pm

Mr. Smith wrote:
def2104 wrote:
PLATONiC wrote:I'm registered for the Asia LSAT, and it's at 8:30. How long did it take for your proctor to pass out all the test forms so that everyone can begin the test?

I've heard someone mention on TLS about how it took 2 hours for the test to start... any input would be nice. It'd be super nice if someone who has actually taken the Korea LSAT tell me about their experiences at Yonsei University.


I took it in Japan and they seemed decently competent. Some people broke rules. (Mechanical pencils, and one girl had freakin big ben on her desk.) But eventually they caught most of the infractions. It wasn't so bad. I had a huge desk to myself and they were good about time. No warnings though.


I took it internationally and it took about an hour to get into the exam. It was scheduled at 2:00 pm and we started filling in answer bubbles about 3:00 pm. Also had a small group, about 30 or so, so I think that made it go quicker than some of the larger groups.


Damn.. so I better expect it to take about an hour eh.. it's important for me to know this because I'm trying to budget time for my "nicotine" problems...




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