So this 40 year old (ish) guy directly in front of me took forever to fill out the bio info before the test, then about halfway through one of those sections (maybe the 2nd or 3rd), he dropped his answer sheet and reached for in while sitting in a tiny wooden desk (don't take at Ohio St.). So somehow he managed to flip the whole desk, with himself still sitting in it, and squirmed around on the floor while trying to dislodge himself from the desk that was at that point on top of him. Total shit show. People stopped to see if he was okay and tried to help him up, which only added to the distraction. I tried to just keep going, because of how important this goddamn this is, but that was definitely not happening.
Then after either section 4 or 5, a different dude got caught erasing stuff on his answer sheet, the proctor asks him what he's doing, dude admits he's erasing "extra marks" (this is after "times up, pencils down"), and one of the other proctors just says "oh, it's fine." Um, the Hell it is. I'd love to toss in some random guesses at the end of the LG that I (stupidly) failed to answer, would THAT be "fine"?