Well that is FANTASTIC....is there such a thing as an online study group?
I know you must feel so proud, and you should. Congratulations.
I'm glad that your dog is doing well.
Of course I am happy, but it is a bit of a concern. If you read my post torts exam thread, you will see that I didn't think that I did well. I still don't know how it happened. I can only imagine that there are allot of dumb people in my class
One of the reasons that I don't want anyone to know my score is because of study groups. After I scored the highest on the K midterm, I told one person in my study group. She then went and told a few people (I trusted her to keep it silent, such a mistake will not happen again). I then had people asking me questions and wanting to "study" with me. What they were really after was for me to tell them all my secrets. I don't mind working together, but it has to be more symbiosis then parasitic.
The real shame of it all is that law school fosters this competative nature. If I help people in my class, it will hurt me by making the curve shift. Such a shift will likely take me more towards the middle. You see, if they toss the forced bell curve, I would tell everyone everything.
Well, anyway, I don't mind helping here. As you see, my reasons for remaining silent is to avoid people asking me things, and wanting to take advantage of me. Then there is also the bell curve thing... anyway, I don't have to compete with any of you, and I can ignore posts if I don't want to answer.
ps. This will be the last time I speak of this. I hate the people who walk around with big heads. I don't want to be one of them. I think one should accept victory as humbly as they might accept defeat.