Your first job depends not on the school you transfer to, but on your grades at your home school. A Seton Hall student who transfers to GULC early but who has B's on his 2nd semester transcript is screwed, for example.
One B or B+ doesn't hurt as long as the rest of the grades are high enough. I had a B+ from a school ranked similarly to SHU, then transferred (not to GULC) and I still got a biglaw job. When I got the B+, I legit cried for 2 minutes in the bathroom at work because I thought my life was over since it dropped my GPA just below 3.8. Looking back that was really really stupid
I am terrified of straight B's.
Finals is a horrible experience. I always hear people say "I thought I did so well in this class and it turned out to be my worse," and vice versa. Therefore I have made it a policy to feel terrible about every final.
I am just kidding. I do not know how I did, but I gave it my all. I have already been accepted to a school EA in the top 20 and just need to keep a 3.0(50% mark), so now it is just a matter of where else I can get in.
A race horse exam is never perfect, but I think the difference this year is that I am more aware of the mistakes I make on the exam when I am done. This may be because I understand the material a lot better and I can realize now that I may have misapplied when I was in a rush.
I am going to spend the next three weeks worrying about abbreviating cg for congress on my con law exam because I had a character count....so fun....