I'm glad to hear that it is going well for you. Keep up the good work!
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The american dollar is loosing value by the minute, and trying to protect the ones in circulation against being further devalued isnt important? What is? They have the time to investigate and arrest illegally downloaded songs dont they? Which is worse defacing the US dollar or stealing a penny from snoop-poodle?
Iíd rather expect the unexpected and get over it quickly then assume everything is going to go to plan and get frazzled when it does not.
It bothered me, I almost threw up, one of those when someone barfs you start to barf. We also had a proctor who stuttered and it took a long time for her to read the instructions so girl freaked out screamed and stormed out of the room. I look at it like this, poo happens. Its going to happen, its never gonna be perfect exam conditions at least not for me. As most know on here I got dyslexia pretty bad, thatís a problem, but again complaining about it is not going to change the fact I got it nor make it go away during the test. So I figure go with the flow. In law school we had all sorts of poo happen during tests, power goes out, fire alarms, computer crashes, I just deal with it as it comes up and try my best not to let it rattle me becuase I know I got bigger issues to deal with myself.
Can you play hours of video games and basketball and still make it through Law School? Absolutely. No problem. 4th Tier law Schools aside, flunking out of law school is a rarity, so if the question is can time still be devoted to activities outside of law school without the threat of failure, then you most certainly can.
Stated differently, staying in law school is relatively easy.
Now, excelling in law school, which is I think what you may have meant to ask, is an entirely different matter. Most people generally don't drop $150 large on a law school education just to graduate with average grades and an average job - they tend to want to be in the top 10-15%. This is what makes law school so hard - this and the fact that grades are determined upon (i) the subjective interpretation of the professor and (ii) The Curve! So in other words, even if you're smart, in order to get to the top of the class you have to be able to phrase your answers in a manner that is to your professor's liking and in a way that stands out above everybody else in your class who, by the way, are also as smart as you are (if not smarter).
So staying in law school while playing video games and basketball all day, no problem. Actually succeeding in law school while playing video games and basketball all day, problem.