Why do it with in 3 hours when you could do it with in 72?
-sigh- LSB, I really don't like being put in a position where I agree with you. I don't even really want to engage you in a conversation, since I feel like everything you post will be a shill of some sort for either your blog or your book. But I digress.If the same exam is going to be given, I'd go for the in-class exam, but that's because I'm betting that may ability to perform under the gun serves me better than everyone else's ability to agonize over the exam for 72 hours. I know there are those who would devote way more time to it than I would, and I know I do all right on timed exams, so I'd take the 3 hour option.On the other hand, most of your classmates figure that they can grind out the exam better than everyone else and run through it with a finer-toothed comb, and would rather do that than be forced to think, work, and write on the fly. It all depends on what everyone thinks their strengths are.
I think you should just submit a chapter of your book in lieu of the take home exam jk."I would be pissed at having the take home exam, because it sounds terribly boring and like it would be significantly harder to distinguish yourself from the rest of the class. Then again, you are a 3L so all your exams are virtually pass/fail anyway, so dont stress it."-Thorc954I put it in quotes, so if you steal this for the book, it will be easier for you to avoid plagiarism.
well, at my school, the 3L's that are going to get jobs already have them, so grades do not matter.