It took me about 1.5 hours to answer all of the questions. Then I took another hour to go back and review the questions I had marked. After that I started to review all my answers, but was so burned out after 20 questions that I just pushed the submit button.
I was pleasantly surprised to only have one census question since I only studied the census info for about 30 minutes total. Like everyone else, I had a lot of questions that were process based and tiered.
I don't know if all of the testing centers do this, but I was allowed to start the test prior to my scheduled exam period (by about 15 minutes).
Overall, the test wasn't as scary as I thought it would be. I primarily used the Planetizen study course, made a lot of flash cards, attended the PA Chapter's prep course, read about a third of the Everyday Ethics book, and never really opened the green bible. Ironically the testing center was on Garden City Drive.
Good luck to the few who haven't taken it yet!
PS: If getting a raise wasn't enough of a bonus, my dog decided to reward me with explosive diarrhea all over my carpeted front porch...