So I'm not a big fan of self-help, user's guides, etc. - the only "self-help" books I own are cookbooks. However, my boyfriend and his family are psycho's about them (everything from alternative medicine to that "habits of highly effective people" book to his mom's "how to be a good christian mother" books). Last night I was telling him how I felt a little unprepared for law school because I don't even know what a hornbook is and what if I don't go above and beyond for preparation and I fail miserably (or even a little bit because that would still not be good for the ego).
I broke down and bought "Law School Confidential: A Complete Guide to the Law School Experience"
. He's going to medical school and has at least 8 of these types of books (the guy is already preparing for applying for his residency 4 years from now). He claims the Med School Confidential is the best of all the books he has. Thus, I bought it for $6 off amazon and will be happy to report back as to whether it is useful or not, share all the secrets, and be as anti-gunner as possible. Anyone else read it?
Again, I apologize - all medschool folks are gunners and they bully others into becoming gunners, as well.
P.S. I didn't get my orientation packet so I clearly can't begin outlining my exam prep schedule before June 30th and thus I fail at my first gunner test