Luigi, I'm right there with you - I've gotten three rejection letters, LOL. Also, can I get an AMEN for being sick of those people who are all confident and cocky after an exam, and are like "that wasn't too bad at all!" ugh. Law school exams are not easy, what the heck.
Quote from: 1Lchica on December 17, 2007, 09:14:25 PMLuigi, I'm right there with you - I've gotten three rejection letters, LOL. Also, can I get an AMEN for being sick of those people who are all confident and cocky after an exam, and are like "that wasn't too bad at all!" ugh. Law school exams are not easy, what the heck. I got rejected from 206 places last year... nothing is more demoralizing then only getting two job offers. I was in the top 15% of my class at, what is considered by Cooley's rankings, to be a T14 school ( a little lower on usnews.com, but whatever). Anyway, its stressful.My opinion is that an exam is easy if I can type for three hours straight without running out of stuff to say, and I can still function coherently after leaving.
First, it's clear that you're talking to people about the exam. STOP IT. Stop it now, and don't do it for any more exam. I've gotten As on exams where I felt sort of "meh" after the test, but after talking to a couple of people I was in a panic. It doesn't help, so just stop.Second, not everyone is good at everything, and some subjects are just harder for others. For my first year, contracts was the bane of my life. It was my lowest grade, I knew it would be going into the test, and I was pretty certain coming out of the test too. Torts is for you what contracts was for me. It's over now, you're done, you should rejoice that you're finished.So take the night off, go see a movie, do whatever to have a little fun, and tomorrow morning move on to the next subject, and be glad you're not studying negligence any more.
Quote from: thorc954 on December 14, 2007, 09:23:19 PMAnd Dr., a B+ is good at your school?That was on a B curve so a B+ was decent. It wasn't great but, considering I thought I had failed, I was pretty happy with it. Even though I also received a B in Torts and a B in Con Law, I still ended up with a 3.55 at the end of the year (the rest of my grades were A-'s or A's.)With that said, I'm pretty sure I just scored my first fvcking C on an Evidence exam. Fvck, fvck, fvck, fvck, fvck! Forget what I said about how easy it is for me to "take an exam and forget about it" because I'm such an awesome 2L who has learned so much from experience.
And Dr., a B+ is good at your school?