1- I believe it was easier than the practice test offered in ets website, however, how easy or hard it is is subject to your background and what questions they chose to ask.
2- I was shocked that the time for filling out information in the answer sheet was part of the allocated time of 2:50 hours (is it true, or were we screwed by our administrator?)
3- Number 2 and my ego to solve every problem screwed me over so I had to completely guessed 5 problems which I would have probably solved if I just had skipped lengthy or difficult problems.
Although I expect a score of over 700, I will definitely take it next september with more awarness given to time.
My advice to anyone taking the test:
1-Run thought the rest as fast as you can but make sure you dont make stupid computational mistakes.
2-If you read a problem and you dont know how to tackle the problem as soon as you finish reading it, then skip it and comeback to it when you finish all of the problems you felt confident about. This way you will feel more relief and when you come back to the more difficult problems and re-read them you would have a new view or idea (if you had time that is).
3- Dont be greedy and expect to solve every problem, in particular, the ones that make you struggle. This way, you would probably face some shortage of time in the last 10-6 problems although you know how to solve every one of them (happened to me yesterday)
P.S. I think these advices are similiar to the ones in the practice book, but I believe they are really important.
I am not sure why am I writing this whole reply in the first place
Good luck in your next exam.