Rough! I showed up an hour early only to have them tell me they were probably going to have to cancel the test because the testing center got hit by lightning. Luckily they were able to get the system running even though it still was a bit screwy.
I was so nervous! It'll be another week or so before my official scores are mailed out, so I don't know what I got on the essays and I have essay amnesia so I remember very little of what I wrote. Although I take timed essay exams all the time being nervous and having to type on a desktop really killed a lot of time.
My raw scores for the verbal were a solid average of what I was getting in practices and are highly competitive. My quantative (math) was, for me, really good even though the score was low. I did a lot better than my practice runs.
Luckily my being a history major, the quant doesn't weigh as much as it would in other fields. Also since I'm not applying to Ivy League or top schools in the nation my scores are very competitive. I've had grad students in my department as well as professors in sister departments tell me that I shouldn't worry about my math/quant scores and that retaking it would be a waste of money ($200) because it's really rare for one's scores to significantly improve. So unless I bombed the essays, I won't be retaking it.
The only glitch I had was when sending my scores out to four schools for free, the program didn't let me for some reason so I had to fill out a paper form. I just hope that since they were having issues my scores don't mysteriously disappear into some vacuum.
So aside from waiting for my official scores, I'm relieved that it's over with.
Thank you for all the well wishes I definitely think it helped.