LazinessPerSe wrote:I did a lot less work this semester and started dating someone early on, which ate up a lot of time. Literally skipped 1/2 of Torts classes and never read cases. This isn't a #humblebrag - just a comment on either how interesting the competition is at a T4 or how random grading can be in lawl school. That said, I did the 1 month grind and had a corrupted version of LEEWS that I used to practice exams with. I just did a lot less this semester because, like Arrow said, once you get it I guess you get it.
The whole game (I think) is whether enough other people "get it" too.
I adore LEEWS. I did it first semester and credit it for any exam success. When I told friends who asked what I did to study, they looked at me incredulously. To anyone who hasn't done it, I highly recommend it. I'm proof that with LEEWS you don't have to be that intelligent (I was right above the bottom quartile for my school's LSAT score) to do well in class.