Oh, the innocence! Makes me want to pat you on the head and give you money for the ice cream truck!
Hey, I had an "older sister" who lied to me up until I had fully matriculated, then just laughed evilly every time she passed me. I'm just trying to be more honest.
Seriously, I'm not trying to scare you. I still love Baylor. It's just exam week and it's a living hell.... which is true in any law school, but we get to do it more often (9 times to their 6) and we have less time to master stuff (10 1/2 weeks to their 14) and we don't get to bring anything other than the clothes on our backs and a pencil (while almost every other school has open-book exams... and don't let them lie to you about how it evens out because expectations are lower on closed-book exams because you don't have to cite the rule verbatim. After your first quarter with Prof Contracts, tell me what you think about that!). If you work hard, if you NEVER let your eye off the ball, you'll be fine. But be prepared to work harder than you ever have in your life. I completed my undergrad degree in 2 1/2 years (22-hours per semester, on average), had a fulltime job, and raised three kids... and this is waaaaaaaaaaaay tougher! Alright.... back to the Rule Against Perpetuities! ARGH!