I don't think any detail in my story changed, as I said this from the get go:
It involves me filling in one guess answer between the buzzer going off and the proctor saying "pencils down." It was a split second decision, and it was quick enough that I actually filled it in a bubble that was not part of the test (i.e. #27 in a 26 test section).
Yes, that was a tricky and purposely amibiguous way to describe the situation. The reason I didn't imply that the proctor claims to have called time and then have me keep writing is that I do not whether he believes that. Based on the conversations that I had with him, I think there is a very good chance that he is referring to the buzzer going off when he says that I wrote after "time was called." That said, the only written record of what he says makes no reference to whether "time was called" refers to him physically calling time or the buzzer going off.
I do know that if it is the former, then I believe that he is mistaken. For one, there was no comma between "That's time, pencils down." They were spoken in an essentially continuous manner. Secondly, I didn't even finish filling in the bubble, and it had been the correct answer on an actual test, I don't think my mark would be enough to register. The idea that I decided to risk getting expelled from the test but I didn't even bother to finish bubbling in the answer doesn't make much sense. Finally, I know that is not the case because I was there. I know that I quit bubbling the instant that time was called. The incomplete bubble shows that. The fact that I chose the wrong question to bubble without going back shows that. Plus, I know you do not know me and have no reason to believe me, but I would never cheat and did not cheat.
The reason why I did not give the complete story is simple. For one, there is always the fact that the proctor or the person at LSAC who will eventually decide my fate could be reading. My story is fairly unique, and I did not want to raise the possibility of angering people who could help me but getting into a "he said v. he said" debate when it did not necessarily exist. Plus, I never intended the focus of this entire thread to be on my situation. I was hoping that people would have some information on how this works, and my goal was to receive said information.