« on: June 11, 2007, 11:19:15 AM »
I wouldn't worry too much about it--just be proud that you completed it in the first place!
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I was being serious.
What is the difference between an A- and an A? Sheer luck? Being particularly brilliant that day? Or is it something that I can actually try to implement as I prepare for my exams?
Sorry if I came off the wrong way, but I would still appreciate any suggestions that people may have in this regard.
Man you really lucked out.But only if you let it
At a T10 school, had my first grade come out near the beginning of January as a B on a B+ curve. Needless to say, at least for anyone who's been dealt a law school grade, that was rather discouraging... spent an entire month feeling like I was doomed to be a sub-par student, only to get all of my other grades within the past forty-eight hours: every other grade was at least an A- and I've found myself launched into the top 20% of the class. Just another one of life's reminders that you can't let the defeats of the day keep you down, cause you never know when things can suddenly change.
Anyone else have tales of sudden changes in fortune?