- The classes I disliked the most were the ones I did the worst in. (Both UCC classes--blech!)
- The class that I thought was the "easiest" is the one I did the worst in. Secured Transactions. The prof was great and made it very understandable--so why did I bomb?
- It is always the class that I think is the easiest that I do the worst in. So, is this because I'm so off base that I don't even know how clueless I really am, or is it because the class is easy for everybody and the curve is flat?
- I usually do well in my hardest classes--is it because I put more effort into it, or is it because the hardest classes are the most interesting.
- My crappiness of my grades were directly porportional to the amount of writing that was required. I do my best on multiple choice tests. Apparently my writing stinks (as anyone who is reading this will agree.)
I finally have my grades. My grades were all over the board. In the end, my GPA is exactly what it was at NSG school. In fact, my GPA has been exactly the same my entire law school career. My lowest grade was higher than ever, and my highest grade was higher than ever, and yet the GPA stays the same. This might seem like a good thing, but its not. The curve at NSG school was set pretty low, so even though my GPA wasn't astounding, my rank was pretty good. Here, the curve is set much higher. Now my GPA puts me right in the middle of the pack. Actually, I think I am .07 below the curve. That sucks. The bright spot is that I got my first A in law school. Even better, it was in one of my hardest classes. And the prof who taught is a name that every lawyer in this state would recognize. And now, a few observations...
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