Ugh, I like the stories of people who don't study at all and brag about it, but I hate when people study and do poorly. My test center is small (10-15 people) and a lot of them were talking about having watched 7sage videos, having done the entire powerscore logic games bible front to back, and were talking about the different game types. One of those guys at the break told me he didn't get to the last game, which is typical for him, and that if he had unlimited time he might, maybe, do better. After the test he said that he didn't know that there were 5 sections of the test and that maybe that was why he had a 150 on the practice tests because he thought there was only 4 sections.
I think in general it made me feel like shit, because there weren't any people who obviously slacked and yet everyone was talking about 160 as being the promised land and what you needed for Georgia State vs Mercer. There were at least a couple who were talking about mid 160s though so that was good. The test seemed pretty easy so hopefully some of them were surprised with scores in the 160s and they get scholarships to the schools they're looking at. I know that it probably still isn't a great idea, but at least they'd have lower debt at graduation.