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  • Monday, July 09, 2007
    Huh? What? I was a student? Just this past spring?
    It wasn't really out of the blue - I'd mostly forgotten, but for the fact that my mother keeps harassing me: Have you gotten your grades yet? Have you gotten your grades yet?

    My school doesn't send out grades (well, really, ever, but that's another topic) before the 2 month mark after exams ended. EVER. Not only that, but I sort of don't care. I did perhaps, a month ago, but today? I don't care. Securities; Security & Liberty; Intellectual Property; and .... uh .... International Law? Were those the classes I took?

    Today, 1/2 my evaluations were e-mailed to me. My two adjunct professors managed to get their grades (i mean, evaluations) submitted on time, while my 2 faculty members were not!

    Securities Regulation - remember that class? I can't believe I pulled it off, but I got the highest "eval" possible.

    Balancing Security & Liberty? The class I loved? Not so much. I got the equivalent of a B.

    But see, Future Firm told me to take Securities. They didn't tell me to take Balancing Security & Liberty, and something tells me that when they see it on my transcript, they'll roll their eyes. I'm not too sure they give a shit about how I "baffled" my judge/professor by not mentioning the Convention Against Torture (the benefits of evals ... I get to know just how much I perplexed my professors), but they may be pleased to know that I possess a "mastery" of the law pertaining to securities. So, whatever.

    I haven't heard from the other 2 yet. I am guessing I did better in the in-class exam than the take-home.

    I'm trying to tell myself that my ability to pull shit out of my butt during in-class exams means I'm going to pass the bar exam.



    posted by Zuska @ 7:10 PM  
    • At Monday, July 09, 2007 8:35:00 PM, Blogger Lyco said…

      Umm, wait... we're not students anymore? Weird. Seems to me like I'm still sitting in a library studying...

      Also congrats on the grades. Law school is always inverse like that.

    • At Monday, July 09, 2007 8:38:00 PM, Blogger Zuska said…

      Well, they don't let me in my gym anymore, and my student i.d. no longer gets me discounts ... I lost all the perks, but still have the classes and the studying and the stress over exam performance ...

      Life is not fair.

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