Appreciate it, nupe.Thanks Cahow.I have to get this out of my brain while it's still floating around in here. Day 1 done. Local day. All I can say is..."those sneaky little rat bastards!" Without boring folks with the details, on the very first essay they ended up asking a question on this obscure subject that had not been tested since the February exam in 1997. Rat bastards two times! Who knew? But...I didn't even trip. I took it on the chin like a champ and started BS'ing about whatever I knew that was somewhat-quasi-relevant. With any mercy, I got "a" point on that stupid thing.I only hope and pray that the rest of my exam answers made up for that first one, cause after that first one it was:NY Bar Examiners: 1Burning Sands: 0LOL Gotta go get the brain ready for MBE mode. Later folks.EDIT: BTW, about 2 hours into the exam this cat started crying in front of his laptop which had a blank screen, and then about a half an hour later cat stood up, packed up his stuff and walked out of the Jacob Javits center. Straight up.
EDIT: BTW, about 2 hours into the exam this cat started crying in front of his laptop which had a blank screen, and then about a half an hour later cat stood up, packed up his stuff and walked out of the Jacob Javits center. Straight up.
My husband is taking it right now, and I am totally stressing about it.We set 7 alarm clocks so that he would definitely get up on time.Good luck everyone!
Congratulations to smujd and all those who ran the gauntlet this week. smujd2007, I enjoy reading your comments - always thoughtful. I was similarly situated last summer. Had the JD in hand, finished the bar exam, and woke up the next day back in the real world in a panic 'cause I didn't have a job. Just bear in mind that the hard part is OVER. Don't know where you are re the job search, but be diligent and you'll likely find a firm that'll take you on as a clerk and let you transition into an associate in November. Took me about six weeks but I got there. Congratulations again! It only gets better from here. Really.
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