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Studying for Law School Exams

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Finals are looming. The mildly comatose look you see on people’s faces in the library has taken on a more frenzied or stricken appearance depending on whether that particular person is currently in the ‘despair’ or ‘determination’ leg of the circle of rationalization.

Each student, like the intellectual snowflake that he/she is, will find his or her own way in exam time. In a recent post, Ana unveils her own particular brand of self-loathing – Shoot me now…

I don’t do outlines – I never include enough details when I’ve tried.
I don’t do other people’s outlines – accuracy is kind of an issue on these.
I don’t do commercial outlines – it weirds me out to see the use of different terminology.

During the semester I read all of the material in a timely manner. Then, a few days before the final, I go back and read all of it again.

I’ve tried other methods and this is the one that works the best for me, but can I just tell you – IT SUCKS RIGHT NOW.

Dear God, woman….

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