I graduated from LSON and enjoyed it. I think everybody's experience may differ slightly based on clinical instructors, past healthcare experience, etc. I had previous experience so I never felt "thrown to the wolves"! Clinicals start right away but those first few weeks you hardly do anything! They ease you in to patient care. One thing I would recommend is when they give out all those syllabi and it totally freaks you out (it will) try not to let it, and take it one day at a time. Do all your reading before class and you will be prepared.
I never thought that the tests were all that hard but a lot of students did. I guess my brain just understands the questions appropriately. It's a lot of studying, but if you just keep up with reading, learning drugs, etc you will be fine.
Oh, and you do not get naked in health assessment! You get to pick a partner and you practice each system by itself, you are able to be plenty modest. For example,My partner and I skipped the breast exam, no big deal at all.
Feel free to PM me any time. I graduated 2 1/2 years ago, so most everything is still fresh. Oh, and if you think you can handle fast-tracking, I would consider it. It's totally worth it.