Melkaba wrote:Property final down. At the very least, I knew how to respond to the issues where I was expecting to be completely lost by them. Don't feel like I destroyed the final or anything, but I walked out just thinking "... Eh." and moved on.
Almost committed the cardinal sin of "discussing final exam immediately afterward," however. When I was asked "So, what did you put on question [x], because I put [issue y]?" I thought about it, and then said "... Eh, I don't remember. I remember doing the best I could on the problem, so that's enough for me." I'm trying so hard to prevent my mind from going back to the issues and being like "well... I could have said THIS issue" and starting down that vicious cycle that left me miserable each and every time I took an exam in undergrad, so I might as well play some games/nap until later when I can resume Contracts. At the least, I completed my outlines for the last two subjects a week back.
After talking with some people, it sounds like I got all of the questions right and didn't screw anything up too terribly. I think (hope) that should at least put me above median, but its just a crapshoot from there. I felt great after the exam, but it sounds like most people identified the same basic issues and did the same basic analysis, so it will just come down to how he grades it.
If I don't do well, I'm going to be really mad because I know I got all 5 of the questions right and I had a really good command of property. But if most people got them right, and most people said the same things, but the prof has to distinguish us based on ????? and put us on a curve... well who the hell knows how it will turn out.
Law school grades = very arbitrary