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  • Saturday, July 08, 2006
    Mail's Here!!
    I received three out of four of my "evaluations" today. I am not too upset, and not too thrilled. A pretty mediocre performance, I think. I was really hoping that I had aced Fed Courts, b/c I put a LOT of time into it. I received the equivalent of an A-, which, in my book, is not acing. I wanted an "outstanding" which translates to an A+. Instead, I received a "very good/excellent" which is b/t a B+ (very good) and an A (excellent) - i.e., an A-. I really wanted at least an Excellent. I sooo worked my ass off.

    I received the equivalent of a B+ in Employment Law, which was an odd multiple choice exam. I think that a B+ properly categorizes the effort I put into that class. Actually, a C+ or a C would have possibly been a better categorization of the time I put into that class through the quarter. I am, nonetheless, disappointed with this grade.

    I was happy with Administrative Law - almost all my work was done in groups, and sometimes I feel like I lose more control than I want to in that situation. We received a solid A, and I'm pleased with that. I really liked the class.

    Corporations - which anyone who's read this blog before knows was the bane of my existence - was not included in the packet. It will be mailed at a later date. I really don't know how I did. I know it was my least favorite class - although I have learned this summer that I did learn a lot. Although, I honestly did learn a lot in all my classes from last quarter - a lot of applicable information, which helps give me the required energy for another year of classes.
    posted by Zuska @ 2:33 PM  
    • At Sunday, July 09, 2006 11:51:00 PM, Blogger Mieke said…

      You are very silly. It sounds like you rocked. I got my first paper back and it was a "b" I would be just fine to get through law school, raising two young boys, and running a business with all "b's". I should be so lucky.

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