Right before the LSAT I was sitting with a couple of people from my test prep class.
Girl 1: I don't know why I'm taking this, I already signed up for the September/October test.
Me: (trying to be supportive) Oh, I'm sure you'll do great!
Girl 1: Well, I've improved 13 points but I'm not anywhere near where I need to be, I'm so mad.
Me: That's a great improvement! What are you scoring now? You'll be fine
Girl 1: Well my highest was 138.
...long pause...I'm sure you'll do great!
I felt so bad for her. Her strategy was to answer 1/2 the questions and guess on the rest, because she couldn't read fast enough to get through all the questions.
During the LSAT:
Douchebaggy guy right behind me kept writing after the sections were over. Every time the proctor told him to stop or they were taking his test, he got all up in arms and HARUMPHED really loud and slammed his papers down. I should have stabbed him with my pencil.