avicoo said:Wow. Maybe you should have asked the test administrator if you could move to a different room or seat without making a ruckus yourself (maybe btwn the first two sections). I think there is a difference btwn testing in a noisy place, and testing in a quiet place with one or two distracting noises. Things stand out more in quiet places.
skiz knot said:During the April 2003 mcat I had to deal with a street performer playing tv theme songs on a saxophone throughout the whole test. QUOTE]
I just took the MCAT last week in NYC and there was a f**king DRUM festival in the park directly outside the building. We were on the 8th floor so it wasn't as bad as it could've been but still . . . there was one guy offering to throw desks out the window at them. I don't know yet if it affected my score.
Btw, I'm a lefty too but the I was in a room with no left-handed desks so I just took it. I've been taking exams on right-handed desks all my life . . .