Con law went pretty well. The last time I felt that comfortable during an exam, I got the highest grade.
Most of the multiple choice questions consisted of a half page to a page long fact pattern, with 5 possible answers. Usually 2 could be eliminated outright, as not even on point. 1 answer would be a little closer, then there would be 2 that were nearly indistinguishable, differing only by degree. And then there were a few where the right answer was "none of the above," or "both A and C are correct" - at least I hope so.
Pretty frustrating since if you're off by just a little, there's no partial credit for being mostly right or overlooking one critical word in the fact pattern.
That said, I think I did well. Now that I'm halfway through with finals, I'm starting to feel a little less pressured and stressed.