The test itself was no better or worse than I expected it to be. It was challenging but I think I did well.
The test site was not really good. There were three proctors, all students at the school where the test was held (Franklin & Marshall College). They didn't seem to really know what they were doing. The guy who was reading the instructions from the proctors manual kept calling it the "El-stat" exam.
I checked the box on my application to indicate that I am left handed. I knew that I was taking the test in a lecture hall so I hoped that, like Northwestern, the seats on the left hand side of the aisle would have a left-hand desk. Nope. So I had to take the test in an auditorium type seat with a tiny little desk top that covered my right thigh. So in order to make use of the desk top, I had to sit in the seat sideways. Being a larger woman, I found it quite uncomfortable to have the desktop jammed into my stomach.
Whatever, I took the test. Then halfway through section 4, the proctor's cell phone rang. Loudly.