vamedic03 wrote: JCougar wrote:
Younger Abstention wrote:You guys make it sound so difficult; even at my T10, many exam answers are absolutely terrible. Some people don't learn the law, others cannot apply it. Many can't do either. (I'm a 3L)
Yet a lot of people both understand the law and can apply it, and get average grades because they don't type enough words.
There's also a few uber gunners that don't have a clue as to what they're talking about that still can succeed on exams due to refined outline copying/outlining skills.
Law exams reward superfluous "analysis" and throwing unnecessary things from your outline in there not because they have practical value, but because they proved that you studied stuff.
It's not about typing the most. It's about doing a thorough analysis. There's no reason to crank out 2000 words / hour, but a good few thousand words are typically necessary for a decent exam. If you're writing super short stuff then you're probably giving issues short shrift and being conclusory.
To reiterate the point - a good exam has a good analysis. This means not just giving the conclusion, but saying why. If there's not a lot of X because Y type sentences in your answer, then you're probably being conclusory.
sometimes I feel like lawyers are taught to avoid conclusory statements so as to keep issues more complex than they need to be in order to make money/bill client.
Answer 1 Bitch, slapped me, that's battery yo.
Ms. Bitch sent her hand, palm outword towards my face with a high velocity. That caused me to apprehend impact of said palm to my beautiful face. At this point Ms. bitch is possibly liable for assault, but her open palm continued in its travel toward my face and which was in fact impacted by the palm, at this point she had intentionally caused a harmful and offensive contact with my face, the palm striking my face being the contact. Although no skin was broken the palm strike was harmful, however even if it had not hurt me, it would be offensive as a reasonable pimp does not like hoes slapping his face thereby harming his reputation. As we all know, pimping aint easy. Therefore Ms. bitch had committed battery, and is liable to me, Mr. Pimp, for battery.