All grades are in. After four semesters, I'm still pretty sure my grades are produced by a completely random number generator.
I almost tried to screw one exam up. Didn't even read the last 4 chapters of the casebook, much less outline them. It was completely open-book take home. I just bought the Legalines in case any of the questions dealt with the last four chapters. The last question was a substantial one on the last 4 chapters. Just skimmed through the legalines and taught myself during the test -- and copied pretty much straight from the supplement.
Ended up being close to my best grade ever, and it was known as the hardest class in school. Most of the law review board was in there. I thought I was doomed. Oh well, I'll take it.
Of course, the classes I studied and outlined for I got near median.
The best thing is that I finally learned my lesson and put forth an absolutely pathetic effort this semester -- and was rewarded by raising my GPA. No use doing all that pointless work or reading when grades are a roll of the dice.