hipstermafia wrote:almostthereee wrote:I believe the actual LSAT answer sheet is just like the ones in the PT books, all 5 sections on one sheet. And I also believe there's just one proctor in the room.
There will be more than one proctor in the room.
Correct. There were 3 in my room.
They walk around and watch you. The best thing you can do is fill in the bubbles from the previous section. Going back a section in the booklet is risky because if the proctors catch you they can disqualify your score. Just do the best you can and if you cant finish a section bubble in whatever letter you want when you begin the next section.