LSAT Day. I took the exam on campus, so I didn’t have to stress about travel. One issue I forgot about with taking the exam on campus is that both LSAC and Howard University provide adversity to students at all times. The exam was delayed one hour over a technical glitch with registering the scratch paper with LSAC. While we wait, the rooms were colder than winters in DC. I debated leaving my gloves on, but couldn’t because LSAT wanted students to use touchscreen tablets. I didn’t lose too much concentration and was able to attempt to answer every question for all five sections, although the logic games hurt.
After the exam, I had a meeting with my campaign manager to go over strategies for the campaign, so we are on the same page. It was beneficial. Afterward, I went out with some friends to celebrate taking the LSAT after six months of studying. Campaign wise, we edited some graphics for later.