I'm a 1LI know that grades are pretty personal, but can you 2Ls and 3Ls give us an idea of how well you did? A little credibility would be nice.Also, I've heard a students who did well say that the commercial flash cards are great for torts, but they are useless for the other traditional 1L classes.I've been in law school for a whopping 3 weeks, but that kind of makes sense to me.I imagine it is important to remember that each course is different, each teacher is different, and each student is certainly different.
Thanks!3 of my 4 teachers, who are probably natural geniuses (I'm not), say that all we really need to do is, brief every case, take notes in class, make a good outline, and maybe take a few practice tests.The consensus among the faculty at orientation was that supplements were, more often than not, a waste of time and money.They were especially opposed to commercial outlines and outlines from previous years.Your thoughts?
Yellow, my T14 is better than yours. the moral of the story is that law school success is not directly attached to any sort of "intelligence quotient" - it's just how much work you put in.
Not that one is better or worse, just easier adaptable to “thinking like a lawyer” than maybe someone else. Because of the way they have analyzed issues in the past they already understand how to analyze issues in law school. They just had pre-practice at thinking the way you need to do to do well on law school exams. I don’t think its coincidence that all of my good friends in law school are all within 10 ranking spots of me. We became friends not because we were ranked similarly but because we think the same way as each other. At least that is my thoery on it.
I hate science because I refuse to assume that a discipline based in large part on the continual scrapping and renewal of ideas is unconditionally correct in a given area.