My crim teacher last year, related the following story, before exam time. Like most people, he was scared shitless going to take the bar. He took the test, and realized that he was confident about precisely one question, which was whether a customer in a store is a licensee or invitee, (clearly an invitee). Aside from that, he thought he was screwed. He went out into the hallway, in the Javits Center, in NY, where some bubbly girls with big NJ hair - this was 80's folks - were talking about how easy the bar exam was, and how they kicked its ass. One of them said - and of course a customer in a grocery store is a licensee - duh! So that made him feel better. As you might guess, he ended up doing pretty well on the bar. Moral of the story, already repeated here, is that your feelings after the exam really dont matter much.