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Scared May 26, 2007

Posted by Victoria in Uncategorized.
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http://uncivillitigator.blogspot.com/2004/08/failing-bar-exam.html

Fear is here.

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Lolcat: bar review edition May 26, 2007

Posted by Victoria in bar review, conspiracy, flashcards, lolcats.
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lolcatbarrev.jpeg

So much better than actually creating boring flashcards.

I am a worse person than I thought May 24, 2007

Posted by Chicago Typewriter in Bar Application.
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I am finishing the bar application now, and as I look at my record(s), I realize:

I am a security risk.

That is an awkward realization to have after gradumacating from law school.

Lolcats and bar review May 22, 2007

Posted by Victoria in Bar Exam, conspiracy, flashcards, lolcats.
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Great article on Slate.com today about lolcats: http://www.slate.com/id/2166338/nav/tap1/.

Makes me want to create lolcats for bar review. I b in ur conspracee… mposybility nt a deefence.

Or even better, along with lolruses, and lolpresidents we could have lolbarreview in which there are pics of mortified students in sweatpants carrying flashcards caught like unsuspecting animals on imaginary bikes (you know what I’m talking about).

PMBR and last week of freedom May 18, 2007

Posted by Victoria in PMBR.
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PMBR started on Monday and it’s much different than I thought it would be. I’ve never taken any kind of prep class (for anything from the SATs, LSATs or those first-year classes from BarBri) so I didn’t really know what to expect. I guess I just didn’t think that I’d be crammed into the smallest seats humanly available with about 200 other people in a Moot Court room at Howard Law listening to this person I’ve dubbed “Crazy Lady” rant about Torts, Property, etc.

The format is pretty simple. In the mornings you do the 50-question subject matter test and in the afternoons they teach you the material so you leave feeling like you learnt something. It seems like reversing the order of that (i.e. teaching us first and THEN testing us) would be most productive, but I guess they know better than I do as they’ve been doing this longer AND they managed to con crafty me out of $800 for the week.

I’m assuming that I should reserve the getting down and bitter for later in the study-process, when it’s truly deserved, but I just can’t shake the feeling that I’m being royally screwed and that my time would have been better spent enjoying my last week of freedom. On the upside (or downside, depending on how you look at it), there are a number of GULCers there, so there’s plenty of gossip floating around. Sitting there, listening to the Property lecture, hearing people giggle around me… kinda felt like 1L allllll over again.

Here we go! May 14, 2007

Posted by Chicago Typewriter in Uncategorized.
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The fitness center of Georgetown Law

Well, here’s the blog for Georgetown students studying for the bar. Feel free to make an account and post, yourself!

And let people know we’re here!