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  • Sunday, July 08, 2007
    Despite a few short forays into the land of e-mail, IMing with my mom, and dinner with Beloved, I have worked a LOT today. I certainly needed to, and I'm glad to find this much stamina within myself.

    I have made note cards and otherwise sufficiently digested Property information so that I can have approx 75% accuracy on the "intermediate" questions and 100% on introductory (the volume of questions is not so high, so don't think too highly of my abilities).

    I have started to catch up on essays, going through several of them today (I found myself behind by 12 essays - TWELVE!).

    I have done 66 extra questions in preparation for the MBE.

    I am going to finish off the day by reviewing some older topics: Torts and Evidence, I think.

    Way back on May 30, Criminal Law was the first topic on which we were lectured. There were so many details and so many rules - I couldn't believe that it was 1/13th of all that I had to know. How could I possibly know this many details for all these topics? Of course I've done it, and probably more, for the 3-4 exams that I took in class each semester, but 13? At once? I just didn't see how it was possible.

    Yet now that we're further removed from Criminal law, it's the topic I'm consistently scoring highest on. I think it's because I've had that much time to marinate in it.

    I am going to make it my goal to go over my outlines in each topic every night - independent of the questions and the essays and the note cards. Hopefully, I can bring these later topics up to speed with Criminal Law (and to a lesser extent, Constitutional Law), and help to up my scores with those, as well.

    Right now, I'm pretty damned tired. I think I've earned some rest. Just as soon as I finish these notes ....


    posted by Zuska @ 9:30 PM  
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