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  • Friday, July 13, 2007
    I have gone through more pens during this bar exam nonsense than I ever have before in my LIFE. I start with a pen, and I use the pen a lot - to take notes in class, to write note cards, to make notes while doing questions ... and they die. It used to be that I spent so little time writing, I'd use a pen here, use a pen there, but they lasted a really long time, until I lost them. Now, I kill them. I suck all the ink out of them and work them to death.

    Yeah, that is really all I've got.

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    posted by Zuska @ 1:20 PM  
    • At Saturday, July 14, 2007 12:19:00 PM, Blogger She says said…

      I probably spent over a hundred dollars in pens, inlcluding highlighters, preparing for the bar. I bought all sorts of pens to experiment which one to use during the bar, which one would be easiest on my hand during the six hours of writing essays. In the end, my handwriting was still illegible.

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