Through a series of circumstances due in part to being a transfer student and in part to my own choices, I have left several of my major bar courses for my last semester. I was ok with that--thinking that it might actually be helpful to have my bar courses scheduled closer to taking the bar. The schedulers at my school apparently do not agree.
Wills & Trusts is only being offered at night--WTF? The subject that is probably the most tested on the bar is only offered one time and that time is at night? BE is only offered one time--thankfully during the day--but it conflicts with Con law 2, which is required for graduation. My undergrad degree is psych. I have never taken a business course in my life. I am pretty darn sure that I will regret it if I don't take BE. So, that forces me into the night Con law 2 section. This just sucks. Why would a major bar course and a required course conflict? The entire morning is open, as my school sucks up to the evening students. I have to take night courses 4 nights a week. I will not get to see my children at all on those days--other than getting them ready for school in the morning. If I had wanted to be a night student, I would have enrolled in the f'ing night program.