Had issues during 1 LR section, couple of jackasses in the quiet room (with no less than 5 signs which signal that talking in the room is prohibited) of the library were on the phone chatting and people were eating and talking. Worked through the section then I was extremely polite to the librarian so that I could take the rest of test in a back room. Good learning experience, since you never know if the proctor is going to be oblivious and pull something like that.
One RC passage was quite difficult for me. I fell into the trap of trying to understand the passage rather than sticking to reading for what the LSAT cares about. Also, because I had seen this passage before [Cultural revolution in China and art, the others were new] (retaking) I was constantly trying to remember my first answers so I didn't make the same mistake rather than reading.
LG went surprisingly well for me. One game was weird (light switches) but easy. Just took me a minute to realize it was one of these weird games, but I set it up like an in-and-out game and aced it. The profiling game (genres of music that stores sell) took time but I aced it. Misread a rule on the last game, realized I had, but didn't have time to change my answer in the bubble sheet. Why I recommend people PT with a bubble sheet, had it been test day this would've been my score.
LR seemed a little weird, more "except" questions than I'm used to and one or two oddly worded prompts. Standard stuff though, have 1 more PT on Friday before I take the weekend to drill the hell out of LGs and weaken questions.
Even though I'm scoring high, I'm trying to keep the basics in mind. Read the rules carefully on LGs, note logical force in RC and LR, and don't bring assumptions into an answer choice (this answer would work, if). No good on the LSAT.