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: Law School Survivor

Exams, Grades, and Thoughts in general

By Tyler Larsen

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Keeping a consistent blog is similar to writing a personal journal. I find it hard to consistently write but I have some general thoughts that I would like to put down.

During the break I had the opportunity to visit with some friends and acquaintances. Some of those friends are lawyers. Inevitably I was asked by friends and family, "So how was the first semester of law school?" There was a difference though in the way the lawyers asked that very same question. I usually saw a toothy grin with a glint of recognition of the pain, tears, and sweat that go into surviving the first semester of law school. It was a good feeling to have that kind of recognition.

I have not postponed writing because grades had not come out. I just forgot in the hustle and bustle of the holidays that I needed to post. Grades are an interesting thing. It is supposed to be a sizing up of your abilities. All the students of my study group have done well; some exceptionally well. I am grateful for the group and the help that they have been. Not only has each person contributed to the success of each individual, but each person has become a good friend. I honestly feel everyone wants everybody to succeed.

I know I am writing out of order but the last subject that I wanted to address is Exams. Holy Heck is all I can say. I know that I walked out of one exam thinking I failed and another exam thinking I had aced it. Let's just say the one exam that I thought I failed turned out to be a pleasant surprise and the supposedly-aced exam was a small let down. I think the biggest help during the past semester was taking the practice exams. I'm going to find as many of those as I can for the coming semester.

Well, back to the grind of law school. Che la vita ti tratta bene!

Full post as published by Law School Survivor on January 22, 2008 (boomark / email).

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