goosey wrote: los blancos wrote: Helmholtz wrote: goosey wrote:
so..I dont feel sleep deprived--I sleep every night..dont work late into the night, etc.
I had no idea people were staying up all night studying. what are you people doing at night
I spend my days on hypos and filling in the last sections of my outline, creating tables for rules and crimes, and (soon) re-reading important cases that I know my professors love throwing into the mix. What am I missing?? Is there something else that needs to be done?
The only people I know who are pulling all-nighters are people who goofed off (relative to the rest of the class) for the majority of the semester, and had an OH SHIT moment when they finally got around to looking at a practice exam and now are playing catch up.
If you've been doing what you've needed to have been doing for the rest of the semester, any all-nighters seem completely unnecessary to me and will probably do more harm than good.
Yeah, seriously. Like I've been saying all along, those of you who took care of their shit all through the semester and have the principles down, don't worry. It's not really in your hands anymore. Instead, sit back and laugh at people like me.
i cant laugh at people..I am too psychotic. I am one of those people that is hugely inconsistent..so basically, I did NOTHING even remotely fun all semester [I have probably watched 3 hours, total, of tv, since august] and "worked hard" [ie. worked hard 70% of the time, wasted time on the internet the other 30% of the time] all semester so that finals week would be less stressful. Yet I still feel like I never did enough and will be below median. But then I plan out my next 2-3 weeks and am like "wow...I can spend all week on hypos" and feel better.
my only fear is that maybe I should have been doing hypos all semester. I did cali lessons and stuff, but I dont know..its hard to ever feel like you've done enough
Don't worry, I can relate.
I prob took a little bit easier than you throughout semester, but I still outline throughout semester, did hypos, and seemed like I was doing more work than 90% of the section. I basically do understand a lot of the stuff, but a couple times a day i'll have major irrational freak outs, text some of my friends back home being all "well, time to start planning for life after I fail out of law school", then i'll take another practice exam and do well on it and be like "oh nevermind, i'll be ok"
pretty sure i'm working on a couple pretty severe stomach ulcers